Tess VandenDolder

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Correspondent for GVH Live, a media startup with a focus on the Millennial generation

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Remember "Kony 2012?" It was a video that went viral, especially among Millennials -- raising millions of dollars for  Invisible Children , a nonprofit few people had heard of before.

SoCal Nonprofit Invisible Children Closes US Operations

Remember "Kony 2012?" It was a video that went viral, especially among Millennials -- raising millions of dollars for Invisible Children , a nonprofit few people had heard of before.

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