March 10, 2014

After KONY 2012, Has Invisible Children Grown?

Jessica Testa, BuzzFeed

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In March 2012, a human rights organization’s documentary about a central African despot became the most viral video of all time and the ensuing furor resulted in its leader’s bizarre public meltdown. On the second anniversary of the phenomenon, everyone involved is still figuring out what it all means.

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TAGGED: Africa, Joseph Kony, Lord's Resistance Army, Invisible Children, KONY 2012

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