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In March 2003, three young amateur documentary filmmakers from southern California–Russell, Laren Poole, and Bobby Bailey–went to Africa in search of a story. That story nearly killed them; while in Uganda, a truck bombed by the LRA exploded in front of their eyes. After their experience, the filmmakers spent a month living in northern Uganda, witnessing the children who lived in fear of abduction. In 2004, their documentary, called Invisible Children: Rough Cut, was released. That was the beginning of Invisible Children: holding screenings of the film around the world and raising awareness of the LRA’s practices in the hopes that Joseph Kony could be brought to justice. Over the next few years, the group started doing more work to engage policymakers around finding the LRA leader and rescuing the children he abducted.

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