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Meet Charles, Age 16

Uganda " No one knows how long the landmine had been there..." But there it lay waiting silently for its victim. He wasn't a soldier or a rebel fighter, he was a schoolboy called Charles. He became a statistic — one of the ten thousand or so children killed or maimed worldwide by landmines every year. Charles had already lost both his parents. The landmine blew off his leg, and for a while it threatened to cripple his entire future
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Fight The Fear Campaign Teams up with WAVE

FIGHT THE FEAR CAMPAIGN THE CAMPAIGNThe Fight the Fear Campaign is excited to announce that they'll be teaming up with The WAVE Foundation (Women Against Violence Everywhere). This new partnership will allow both organizations to increase their footprint and expand their educational programming across the region as they educate local youth about relationship violence, sexual assault awareness and self-defense. Over the next few months, The WAVE Foundation’s Braking the Cycle program and the Fight the Fear Campaign will be merged into a joint program.  Stay tuned for more details on this exciting evolution of our organization. HOW YOU CAN HELPOn Sunday September 18th, The WAVE Foundation is hosting Cycle the WAVE. It is a fully supported, non-competitive, deluxe, all-women’s cycling and walking event. It’s for women of all ages and fitness levels, and seeks to foster camaraderie and increase awareness of relationship violence and sexual assault.  Funds raised will help support the new, joint program.  Sign up here
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Remembering Srebrenica

On July 11th 2016, 21 years will have passed since the single greatest atrocity on European soil since the Second World War. Remembering Srebrenica  May we always remember and never forget.
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Meet Anne Therese, Age 15

D.R. Gongo "One day I was out collecting water with my aunty. We met a group of soldiers and one of them told me to go with him."… ; *Anne Therese's name has been altered to protect her identity "I was afraid he was going to kill me. He asked me if I was wearing underwear, I answered yes. He told me to take it off. He raped me and then he gave me back my jerrycan and ordered me to collect water for him.”
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Don't miss your chance to meet Brandi & The Twins this summer and contribute to the Looking Out Foundation at the same time!

Due to an increasing demand and the fact that Brandi is having so much fun meeting her fans, we've added more Heart's Content VIP packages at selected upcoming shows... Please email brandicarlilevip@gmail.com to find out more, purchase tickets or upgrade your current tickets to a VIP experience! VIP package includes: Meet & Greet with Brandi & The Twins Access to Soundcheck 2 Premium Reserved Seats Exclusive Signed Merchandise And more... * A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Looking Out Foundation. #makemusicmeanmore
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Meet Andrew, Age 15

Central African Republic "I used to have a good life. But since the conflict started, things changed."… ; Andrew pauses as he remembers happier times. His life is very different now. “I’ve seen people beheaded. I’ve seen people have their hands and noses cut off. I’ve seen their bodies cut into pieces. My parents were killed. Some other family and friends too.” He is asked if he misses anything about his former life. There is another pause before he answers quietly: “There are lots of things that I miss.”  
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Brandi's Birthday Drive!

My dearest fans and friends, it's that time of year again!... In honor of my 35th birthday on June 1st, I’d like to encourage you all to contribute to the Looking Out Foundation and help us raise funds for The Story Campaign. In partnership with War Child, The Story Campaign is a sharing of stories from children who have suffered the horrors of war. As I contemplate another year, I watch images of our scenic country roll past the windows of our tour bus and I wonder what innocent children and families living in war zones must see from their windows. We’re hoping you’ll band together with us and make their views a little brighter. This year I’m turning 35, so I’m asking people to donate $35 to The Story Campaign (or whatever you can afford). No amount too small. No child left unheard.  Make music mean more. Click here to donate. Thank you from the bottom of my heart, xobc
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Children in war have a message for world leaders

Please take a moment to listen to what these remarkable young adults have to say... 
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The IF Project Documentary will have its world premiere at SIFF!

We are proud to announce that The IF Project Documentary will have its world premiere at SIFF - The Seattle International Film Festival on May 21st & May 22nd! Please check the link for tickets.
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