By Lauren Lamb
University News Service
October 31, 2008
The screening, sponsored by the African American Student Organization and the Texas State chapter of Invisible Children is free and open to the public.
“Go!” is Invisible Children’s latest film, and features the journey of a group of students travelling to Uganda, the site of a long-standing civil conflict.
“I think that Invisible Children gives extremely possible opportunities for people to realize the huge impact that our little contributions can make,” said Kim Rinehart, a graduate student and president of the chapter.
“There is plenty of evidence available to show the improvements that have been made in Uganda because of Invisible Children and its supporters such as Texas State. It's a great organization, with legit implementation of funds and resources.”
For more information on the Invisible Children Movement, visit the website at www.InvisibleChildren.com.