Working for Invisible Children

Every day, in the African country of Uganda, children are recruited, brainwashed, and turned in to "child soldiers"
The child soldiers work for the people who took them, killing innocent villagers, and recruiting more children.
This has created a fear in Uganda, that is not to be understood unless it has been seen. It has mentally damaged thousands of children, and destroyed countless families--whether it was because a child was taken, a family member was killed, or the killings and raids were simply witnessed.
I have been thinking of something to do over the summer and I decided I want to do something worthwhile.
I want to help out a charity, through art, and a medium I know, photography.
This is a video promoting these photos which I will be made available at:
All artist profit will be donated to the Invisible Children Fund:

Please consider the children in need:
The children who are taken from their homes and brainwashed to kill other people, and to recruit more children. The children who's lives are shattered.
The children who are invisible.

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Anonymous says ... on Tuesday, Jul 14 at 12:14 PM

This is insane.

Anonymous says ... on Monday, Jul 13 at 7:50 PM

I have heard about these children, it is amazing what they have to go through, it is just not fair. At all.

Anonymous says ... on Monday, Jul 13 at 7:48 PM

I would buy...but I have no spending money :P

Anonymous says ... on Monday, Jul 13 at 7:48 PM

Great idea.

Anonymous says ... on Monday, Jul 13 at 7:47 PM

Thank you for doing this.

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