The privilege of being an AIUSA volunteer? Going on stage with U2!!!

The U2 360 Degrees concert this past Tuesday September 29th, at FedEx Field in Washington DC, was truly spectacular. These guys really do know how to put on a show! The band performed all their acclaimed classics, and surprised the crowd with unbelievable stage props, lighting effects, stage expansions, and new medleys. U2 has tirelessly fought for human rights around the world and they did not fail to include this in their show.

I attended the event as a volunteer for Amnesty International spreading the word for Demand Dignity in the fight for justice against poverty, as well as signing up new members and explaining to people how they can take action. The bonus: going on stage with U2 and the other 85 volunteers in the name of Aung San Suu Kyi (prisoner of conscience in Myanmar) during the song “Walk On.” To call this moment amazing is an understatement. Walking on stage and helping to communicate a message of strength and hope to 84,000 people was simply powerful.

Amnesty International is still travelling on tour with the band. Look for us at the show and demand “Justice Against Poverty!”

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2 thoughts on “The privilege of being an AIUSA volunteer? Going on stage with U2!!!

  1. Quick question – I was at the concert and they took our picture with the Amnesty International sign. Do you know where is the picture going to be posted?

  2. Quick question – I was at the concert and they took our picture with the Amnesty International sign. Do you know where is the picture going to be posted?