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Loyola University Chicago: IGNATION  

Loyola Marketing made it out to the 6th annual IC Plunge to document the “icey” plunge into Lake Michigan. This event was not only advertised on campus but also in places such as the Chicago Reader. Why, might you ask, did so many people run into the freezing cold lake during the first weekend of December? Watch this short video clip to see what the event was all about!

The New Humanitarians: Inspiration, Innovations, and Blueprints for Visionaries

by Chris E. Stout, PsyD

Foreword by Mehmet Oz, MD

Volume 2: Changing Education and Relief highlights Invisible Conflicts / Dwon Madiki Partnership and other “new humanitarians”. Chapter 9 is written by original IC members (Evan Ledyard, Nathan Mustain, Amy Nemeth, Katie Scrantom, Morgan Smith, David Thatcher, Carolyn Ziembo, and Diana Zurawski). They explain the personal stories of those who created this Loyola University Chicago student organization, a history of the conflict in Northern   Uganda, and an inside look at the creation of the partnership.

WBEZ91.5 – Global Activism: Partnering with Kids in Uganda

Invisible Conflicts (IC) was featured in the “WBEZ Global Activism Series” Listen to the interview with original founder and Loyola graduate, Katie Scrantom. IC is annually invited to the Global Activism Expo to raise awareness about the Dwon  Madiki Partnership in northern Uganda and the work IC is doing!

Newsletter

Invisible Conflicts has started a monthly newsletter!  

Check out the issues of it below to stay updated!

September Newsletter

Citizen Media

Check out the following links for reflections and articles of past Invisible Conflicts events!

The Arab Spring Revisited: One Year Later in Egypt and Tunisia” by Alexandra Weber, February 2012

Glocal Coffee Business Removed from Loyola’s Campus” by Olivia Hedstrom, February 2012

A Discussion with Peace Activist Jake Olzen” by Lindsay Blauvelt, September 2011

Mobilizing for justice and peace in the DRC : Echo from an American university” by Elena Colas and Angela Wells, published in Congonova October 2010

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