Sophia Bush Debuts New 'Invisible Children' Ink at the Do Something Awards
The “One Tree Hill” hottie displayed the “Triangle of Freedom” from the Invisible Children charity as she posed outside Santa Monica’s Barker Hangar.
Invisible Children first began its work in Uganda in 2005. Based in Gulu, Invisible Children Uganda (ICU) began by working alongside local visionaries, such as Ms. Jolly Okot, who identified the areas of greatest need in northern Uganda at the time. Relying on this local leadership and expertise, Invisible Children Uganda worked to develop programs on the ground.
The organization, most recently known for the Kony 2012 campaign, exists to bring an end to the Lord’s Resistance Army and Joseph Kony’s atrocities in central and eastern Africa.