Invisible Children Soldiers

March 24, 2013 by  

Invisible Children Soldiers, It’s been more than a year since the video “KONY 2012” went viral on the Internet and brought slacktivism into the public spotlight, but the group missed its goal of bringing murderous African warlord Joseph Kony to justice by the end of last year.

Perhaps overwhelmed by the sheer enormity of the campaign, San Diego-based organization Invisible Children had stumbled in the months after it launched. It struggled to address questions about its funding and expenses and then co-founder Jason Russell had a well-publicized breakdown. But the group is back on mission, with a fresh video and a renewed effort to shine a spotlight on the jungles of the Congo, where Kony, leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army, is believed to be hiding.

“The goal of the film was to make the crimes of Joseph Kony and the LRA known on a mass scale.”
– Noelle West, of Invisible Children

“We believe that last year was a monumental success. The goal of the film was to make the crimes of Joseph Kony and the LRA known on a mass scale,” Noelle West, a spokeswoman for Invisible Children, told “The international institutions that should be responsible for implementing initiatives that could bring an end to this conflict have not felt enough pressure to provide the necessary resources to do so.”

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