If you want to see a reaction to the KONY 2012 video from people who have actually been affected by his crimes, then watch the video above. The video shows that while Invisible Children’s efforts are commendable, there is still a disconnect between aid organizations and the people in Uganda. People traveled from neighboring villages to watch the video. They were outraged at how the KONY 2012 video seemed to only promote wristbands and posters with Joseph Kony’s name and face. It did not include testimony from various people who lived through the crimes and are still picking up the pieces of their lives.
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