Dan Eldon was a 22-year photojournalist who was violently killed in 1993 in Somalia by an angry crowd while he was working for Reuters to document the civil war and famine affecting millions of people. His life and legacy continue to grow through his words and images, inspiring many people to get involved in Dans spirit of creative activism. This magazine app profiles Dans life, the expeditionTeam Dezireethat he organized when he was only 19 years old to help Mozambique refugees in Malawi, and the many change makers Dans life inspired, including filmmakers Jason Russell (Invisible Children) and Roko Belic (Happy). It explains how you can join the safari to continue learning more about Dans life and those he inspires. You can also learn how to become a Creative Activist through the Creative Visions Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization that supports people who use media and the arts to promote world change.