On Oct 9, 2017 by Christine Friar
Only 27 percent of funds raised by the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge will go to finding a cure. Here's why that's not an issue.
On Sep 1, 2014 by S.E. Smith
Memes fail for a variety of reasons: They can be tasteless, stale, convoluted, or embedded with misogynistic or racist stereotypes. More often than not, they're all of the above.
On Dec 18, 2012 by Fidel Martinez
These 10 prominent users changed the conversation and helped push YouTube further into the mainstream eye than ever before.
On Dec 18, 2012 by Chase Hoffberger
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
Introducing a new method for crowdfunding the fight for human welfare. It's no laughing manner. Or is it?
On May 7, 2012 by Chase Hoffberger
UgandaSpeaks wants to speak for every day Ugandans.
On Apr 20, 2012 by David Holmes
Leaked diplomatic cables suggest Invisible Children provided information that led to rebel's arrest.
On Apr 11, 2012 by Fruzsina Eördögh
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
A follow up to popular documentary and one of the most-viewed YouTube videos of all time, "Kony 2012," will be released tomorrow, but reactions so far have been cynical.
On Apr 2, 2012 by Christian Yoder