A team of young adults from Invisible Children, an organization campaigning for civil rights in Africa, met with ninth-twelfth grade students Nov. 7 at Sand Creek High School in Falcon School District 49. Founded in 2004, Invisible Children gained global recognition in March for its unprecedented use of social media to excite social activism. The organization's documentary "Kony 2012" quickly attracted millions of views on the video-sharing websites YouTube and Vimeo, generating global awareness about Joseph Kony of the Lord’s Resistance Army, exposing his more than 20 years of abducting, killing and displacing civilians in eastern and central Africa. Invisible Children is working to make Kony famous to help facilitate his capture. As an International Baccalaureate school, Sand Creek High School is focused on promoting global citizenry.