"Our Liberty is Bound Together."
Anonymous asked: I personally think the tunnel paintings are AMAZING! Especially when compared to ours hahaha. Keep it up! Much love from IC at Georgia Tech <3. Facebook. com/invisiblechildrenatgeorgiatech
How sweet!!! We appreciate your support and please let us know if there is anything we can do for you in the future. Swap ideas, thoughts, struggles, success stories… Love IC at App State.
Anonymous asked: Honestly, I decided not to join this club because of how much of a hoax it turned out to be. I feel bad because I was so supportive for a while but Kony is inactive, there are other things to care about that are relevant. Also ugandans have actually been offended by the Kony 2012 stuff, so personally I will no longer advocate something a country doesn't want.
Have you watched Kony 2012, Part 2? Joly (who is the #1 woman working on the ground) has been apart of Invisible Children since the beginning and is from Uganda. Of course not everyone is going to be a huge fan of the original movie. I completely agree with the criticism that is was oversimplified, but humans make mistakes. Part 2 is a lot more detail heavy and doesn’t idolize any “white man”. Believe what you will, but I suggest you do more research before you make such bold statements about who is and who is not a threat to the international community.
Also, Invisible Children not only believes in caring about the crisis going on in Central African Republic, D.R. Congo, and Sudan, but they strongly encourage others to discover their passions. If your drive is to help the homeless in your own backyard, to make individual efforts to end modern day slavery, to stop women being oppressed across the globe, then go for it! This movement is bigger than central Africa, but was meant to spark international conversation about atrocities happening all over the Earth.
Please allow me to see who you are so we can continue this conversation in private so that I don’t have to post it to the I.C. tumblr page every 2 seconds. Thanks for the comments.