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In 2006 Fall Out Boy Band member Peter Wentz watched the documentary video Invisible Children, which brought to light how children in Northern Uganda were being kidnapped in the night and forced to fight as child soldiers. Wentz learned that the war in Uganda has spanned over 20 years and more than 38,000 children have been abducted.

Pete and the other members of Fall Out Boy answered the call to action they heard by collaborating with the non-profit organization Invisible Children to produce the band’s latest music video “Me and You”. Filmed in Uganda, the Chicago fab four’s compelling video seeks to make the story of these invisible children less invisible.

You too can make a difference by supporting the Invisible Children organization. The funds generated help to improve the quality of life for war-affected children.

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