For the last several years, Jason, Bobby and Laren have taken their documentary about these invisible children all across the country, spreading the message that we can no longer ignore the atrocities of Africa's longest-running civil war to date.

What started out as a college adventure turned into a massive global movement. In 2009, Jason, Bobby, Laren and hundreds of their supporters gathered outside of Harpo Studios to get Oprah's attention as well—and they got it.

"I must say, I applaud you three guys," Oprah told them. "It just shows what an individual or individuals can do, can start a movement for change."

Since creating the documentary Invisible Children, the three young men founded an organization by the same name, which has raised more then $33 million for its cause.


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