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Correction. Sorry, in a rush:
Oh, I know her...We dealt with her on the WorldStarHipHop sight. Google it and add keywords: KONY 2012.
1) You missed the hyperlinked "Click Here" button
2) You missed hyperlinked tricolor + green one right below #1 above
3) We (you and I) see eye to eye on this issue...somewhat, hence the title: "3 Essential Clicks to Balanced Understanding of 'KONY 2012'"
4) It's always good to see you. And lastly, getting back to that girl:
5) She is, if memory serves me right, a American-born (teen?...parents Ugandan)
**My point: I know Americans who can claim a connection with The Continent and yet, shouldn't be taken seriously for the simple reason that they're often as "well-informed" as the American who couldn't easily locate Canada on a map let alone Africa.
**I'm not concerned about the video itself. I'm more concerned about solving the "injustice" problem of which Joseph Kony (wherever he is) is a part. And sadly...the uninformed Ugandan who failed to understand the ability of Social Media in this instance, to actually help. Videos of that also abound on Youtube.
ThinkTank. Here's a Ugandan teenager explaining why you've been trolled.
No doubt, May.
Spread the word! And have a groovy Sunday.
Wow, I've watched this several days ago. I think we should let more and more people know this guy.
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