Invisible Children New Kony 2012 Video

March 12, 2012 by staff 

Invisible Children New Kony 2012 Video, Invisible Children, the American non-profit group behind the Kony2012 campaign will release a new video today in response to criticisms of its methods and questions about the group’s approach.

The group garnered international attention when it released a video online last week explaining to the world, and the videographer’s young son, the decades-long transgressions of Joseph Kony.

Kony is the leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army in Central Africa, a group known for abducting of young boys and girls and forcing them to become soldiers and sex slaves in its army.

Kony and his rebel fighters are known in Africa for terrorizing a nation and region. He is at the top of the International Criminal Court’s list of indicted criminals. But before the Kony2012 campaign, he was unknown to much of the world outside of Africa.

The campaign changed that in an overnight online phenomenon that had Facebook and Twitter users posting and re-tweeting the video, including tweets from George Clooney and Rihanna.

The viral campaign was the brainchild of film maker Jason Russell after nine years of working and filming on and off in Uganda.

But the group and its methods have been challenged in the wake of the phenomenon it created with questions about its funding, its focus on armed intervention and other criticism it has faced from the international community.

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