Why is Kristen Bell submitting herself to the mercy of Reddit’s boundless weirdness?
On Jul 25, 2013 by Fernando Alfonso III
Roughly 3,000 college-aged students and supporters marched on Washington on Saturday as part of Invisible Children's latest initiative.
On Nov 19, 2012 by Lauren Rae Orsini
Invisible Children all but disappeared online after the massive viral success of Kony 2012. Will this Saturday's Move:DC march at the White House return the group to the Internet spotlight?
On Nov 16, 2012 by Lauren Rae Orsini
Nonprofit Invisible Children just debut “Move,” a 31-minute documentary that calls for action in Washington, D.C., in November.
On Oct 8, 2012 by Michelle Jaworski
Trollface's response to Kony is rapidly making the rounds.
On Apr 23, 2012 by Kevin Collier
The new documentary addresses some of the criticism lobbied at the nonprofit Invisible Children and builds anticipation for Cover the Night on April 20.
On Apr 5, 2012 by Kris Holt
If you thought "Kony 2012" was too long to watch, you'll love this summary and critique.
On Mar 26, 2012 by Fruzsina Eördögh
Kony is on everyone's minds, thanks to an unforgettable viral video. But he isn't in Uganda, the country's leader reminds us.
On Mar 16, 2012 by David Holmes
A Ugandan filmmaker who talked about warlord Joseph Kuny and the charity group Invisible Children only took seventh place.
On Mar 13, 2012 by Kevin Morris
"Kony 2012," the new documentary by the nonprofit Invisible Children, has stirred plenty of controversy online—especially in the Canvas community.
On Mar 8, 2012 by Fernando Alfonso III
The campaign to take down Joseph Kony, the Ugandan guerilla leader whose army has enslaved tens of thousands of children, exploded last night on the heels of a powerful video.
On Mar 7, 2012 by Lorraine Murphy
The viral campaign against Ugandan guerilla leader Joseph Kony became ubiquitous on the social news site last night and this morning.
On Mar 7, 2012 by Kevin Morris