The ANAR Foundation and Grey Group Spain have created a unique advertising campaign that only kids can see. The ad campaign uses lenticular printing to show individuals below a certain height — children, in this case — a certain image, while taller people see a different image. Children looking at the ad see a photo [...]
“Ugly, Broke and Hungry” Those were the words written on a sign held up by a homeless couple on Hollywood Boulevard one rainy night. Singer/songwriter Caitlin Crobsy had just left a screening of Invisible Children and her heart was already...Show More Summary
A year after his naked obscenity-filled meltdown in the streets of San Diego, Calif., where he cursed the devil and smacked the pavement, Invisible Children co-founder and creator of the viral video "Kony 2012," Jason Russell, says he is now doing better and promoting his latest project, the Fourth Estate.
Across the course of history, French discoveries have proved invaluable to the field of science. Children still learn the stories of Louis Pasteur, who discovered that invisibly small bacteria spoil food and cause disease, and Marie Curie, who found and named the unseen power of radioactivity. Show More Summary
Dear America: I am grateful to be an American. But I am very concerned about some recent events affecting our homeless children. Social programs being defunded has people who are already invisible and disconnected falling deeper into repression.
Ed. note: This is a guest post from Tira Harpaz. Harpaz is a graduate of Princeton University and Fordham Law School and the mother of three children. She was formerly a Senior Attorney at Davis Polk & Wardwell and she is currently the founder and president of CollegeBound Advice, an independent college counseling firm. You [...]
I’m back from a week-long vacation and am still catching up, which is why Monday’s collection is longer than usual. This post is part of a recurring feature highlighting some of the best foreign affairs coverage from other media outlets, … Continue reading ?
One year after the Kony 2012 campaign, an online video that became the most viral in the history of the internet, San Diego group Invisible Children reflected on the successes and failures of the campaign and announced plans for a leadership summit in Los Angeles in a new video released Tuesday.
Exactly a year ago, Jason Russell was a nobody. Not a nobody, precisely, but just ordinary. Normal. He was a healthy father of two, living in San Diego, and was happy and fulfilled in his work as a director for Invisible Children, a non-profit organisation he'd helped found. Show More Summary
Ruha Devanesan explores how Invisible Children has responded to criticism of Kony 2012 and adapted its messaging and asks what lessons can be learned by the human rights advocacy community.
Charles Sykes, Invision, AP NEW YORK (AP) - Children who survived last month's shooting rampage at Connecticut's Sandy Hook Elementary School have recorded a version of "Over the Rainbow" to raise money for charity. Twenty-one children...Show More Summary
2012 was the year that Invisible Children went pro. You remember the viral campaign, right? Kony 2012? You should, because last year the outfit raised more than $32 million and they’re not too shy about admitting there’s been a bit of...Show More Summary
1. Invisible Children's "Kony 2012" Click here to view this gallery. As non-profits become more social media savvy, they're releasing more and more viral content on YouTube. As we kick off 2013, Google's social video platform released...Show More Summary
1. Why do children hide by covering their eyes? "Together with the fact that it was the concealment of the eyes that seemed to be the crucial factor for feeling hidden, the researchers wondered if the children's invisibility beliefsShow More Summary
"Diversity experts" have instructed the BBC to show more gays in its broadcasting – especially in children's programmes and news. The report, commissioned by the BBC, found that gays were “still relatively invisible” in the media. The...Show More Summary
1. Kony 2012 (Invisible Children) Most Americans had never heard of Joseph Kony, the head of the Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda, before. This March video from advocacy group Invisible Children changed that. Click here to view this gallery. Is Kony 2012 an ad? If so, it was the most-viral ad of the year. Show More Summary
Like little children scared about monsters under their beds, DC appears to be in thrall to fears of Invisible Bond Vigilantes. Krugman has been trying to slay these fears with logic and rational argument, but as any parent can tell you,...Show More Summary
Roughly 3,000 college-aged students and supporters marched on Washington on Saturday as part of Invisible Children's latest initiative.
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?
Another depressing, necessary story on the interconnectedness of everything from our faith in the Invisible Hand to our all-Ammurcan “right” to cheap food. From the NYTimes: SEVILLE, Calif. — Like most children, the students at Stone Corral Elementary School here rejoice when the bell rings for recess and delight in christening a classroom pet. But [...]