invisible children


over the past few weeks i've had a considerable amount of universities looking to book speakers on the conflicts in africa. ie. the aids epidemic, the darfur conflict, the extreme poverty, racial injustice, and the genocide in Sudan/Uganda... unfortunately we really don't represent (or i don't know) many speakers on those subjects. friday i decided to devote some time to looking for such speakers. i ran across this group... invisible children. i must have been hiding under a rock because this movement is growing exponentially. i would heavily encourage you to take an hour to sit-down and watch their movie. it's available here on google video. this movie makes two of my last posts on cars/materialism look absolutely ridiculous and typically American. **notice the difference in the children in Uganda and the children of the US.**