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- Featured Global Voices Joseph Kony 2012 Posts
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A video and campaign aimed at making Ugandan guerilla leader and wanted war criminal Joseph Kony “famous” in order to raise support for his arrest has swept the Internet by storm, prompting a wave of backlash from Ugandans who worry the message is overly simplistic.
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Featured Global Voices Joseph Kony 2012 Posts
11 Apr – Uganda: Kony 2012: Part II – Beyond Famous Receives Mixed Reactions
21 Mar – Uganda: Kony 2012 Video Response From Ugandan Prime Minister
21 Mar – China: Debate on Kony 2012
15 Mar – Uganda: Yes We Kony!
14 Mar – After Kony 2012, “What I Love About Africa” Reclaims Narrative
08 Mar – Uganda: Can a Viral Video Really #StopKony?
- Ethan Zuckerman: Unpacking Kony 2012
- Gilad Lotan: KONY2012: How Invisible Networks Helped Capture the World’s Attention
- Fauna, ChinaSMACK: Chinese netizen reactions to “Kony 2012″
- B.E. Wilson, Alternet: Invisible Children Funded By Antigay, Creationist Christian Right
- Alex De Waal, African Arguments: Don’t Elevate Joseph Kony
- Al Jazeera Ushahidi map: Uganda Speaks
- Kony 2012 Video by Invisible Children
- Jolly Okot, a northern Uganda who's worked with Invisible Children.
- Ugandan blogger Rosebell Kagumire explains what she thinks is the problem:
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