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Invisible Children wants to talk… to Ugandan Diaspora, tomorrow

24 March 2012

By TMS Ruge via Project Diaspora Invisible Children has issued a statement calling for a meeting with Ugandan Diaspora tomorrow, March 31st. No doubt the agenda at said meeting is going to be about the controversy surrounding the recent...

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rosebell

More perspectives on Kony 2012

18 March 2012

I know Glenna Gordon from her time in Uganda and she was one of the few American journalists who covered the later stages of the Kony war in northern Uganda. She was part of a group of journalists who...

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ethan

Unpacking Kony 2012

18 March 2012

By Ethan Zuckerman This Monday, March 5th, the advocacy organization Invisible Children released a 30 minute video titled “Kony 2012“. The goal of the video is to raise awareness of Joseph Kony, leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army rebel group,...

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The Anti #Kony2012

17 March 2012

By Black ACrylic Over the last few days I feel I have been swimming furiously against the #Kony2012 tide. The campaign launched by Invisible Children encourages Americans to lobby American cultural icons and policy makers into putting pressure on the...

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Javie Ssozi

My take on KONY2012 Campaign and Lessons learnt

17 March 2012

Disclaimer: Even though I write from an informed perspective, my comments do not represent the voices of millions of survivors or victims of the war in Northern Uganda and Central Africa at large. I have seen some people on...

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Maria-Okurut

Uganda Government’s official statement on Kony 2012

17 March 2012

12 days: that’s how long it took the whole of Government of Uganda to release an official statement on the controversial Kony2012 video. Again what this reminds me is that Social Media is for citizens – if you have...

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