Thursday, March 26, 2009

Benefiting Invisible Children

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Invisible Children: The Rough Cut is a film about the plight of child soldiers and night commuters in northern Uganda. The documentary was filmed in 2003 when three young men from Southern California—Jason Russell, Bobby Bailey and Laren Poole (then 24, 21, and 20)—traveled to Sudan "to find a story".

Instead, their adventure took them into the depths of northern Uganda where they discovered thousands of people affected by the brutality and attacks of a rebel group known as the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). The documentary chronicles their experience as young Americans learning firsthand about a conflict largely unknown to the international community, while also informing audiences about the great humanitarian crisis of child soldiers.

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Invisible Children Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded by these three young American filmmakers in order to assist children and others coping with the civil war in northern Uganda, which was the subject of their 2003 documentary film.


Contribute a song to be given away for FREE DOWNLOAD from the start of the campaign on March 25th to the actual event date on April 25th on

Let fans know they can unlock and download your track as well as many other artists for FREE simply by watching an INVISIBLE CHILDREN AWARENESS video which is built in to the downloading process, creating awareness to thousands about the child soldiers and inspiring them to take part in this global event.

Salt Lake's Broke City announced today they have the honor of working with The Rescue & Invisible Children. "We donated 'I Feel Alive' to the charity, where you can download it FOR FREE if you register on the site. If you don't have a copy of 'I Feel Alive' please go to Biggest Label Ever and download it for an extremely good cause."

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