the “Invisible Children”


“There is an invisible war in Africa: one man, Joseph Kony, terrorizing 4 countries.”

“It is the longest running conflict on the continent, and the soldiers are children abducted from their homes and forced to fight.”

“We are a movement seeking to end this conflict and bring them home.  We seek to rebuild schools, educate future leaders, and provide jobs in Northern Uganda.  We are the modivated misfits and masses redefining what it means to be an activists.”

My heart goes out to the children of Africa, especially the families.  I can’t even begin to fathom how it would feel to have your child taken from you.  And to live with the scars of being a child soldier.  It is so sad how low a greedy person will go to get what he wants.

You can donate money and read more at http://invisiblechildren.force.com/landing/s4s

or you can help for FREE by taking 10 minutes of your time to click on the right link on my wall under “Social Vibe”

One thought on “the “Invisible Children”

  1. Thanks for the link, Kristie.

    We’re about to hit that slow news period of the year where our medias sometimes redeem themselves and speak a little about Africa. And then forget about them for a year…

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