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Kony 2012 – Part 1 and 2 (2012)
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Kony 2012 – Part 1 and 2 (2012)

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The film documents the Invisible Children’s plans and efforts to capture Joseph Kony. It describes Kony’s actions with his rebel militia group Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), including forced recruitment of child soldiers, and the regions (northern Uganda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and South Sudan) in which they have been active. One of the main people featured in the film is a young Ugandan named Jacob Avaye, whose brother was killed by the LRA. In response, director and founder of Invisible Children, Jason Russell, promises Jacob that he will help “stop Kony”.

The film advocates the restoration of social order and curtailing compelled and coerced youth military service. The video also has clips of Jason Russell’s young son reacting to the information about Kony. Near the end of the film, a 2011 announcement from U.S. President Barack Obama is shown authorizing the deployment of 100 Special Forces military advisers to provide “information, advice, and assistance to partner nation forces” of Central African countries to “remove Joseph Kony from the battlefield”. The video concludes by urging viewers to join its publicity campaign by putting up posters and helping out in their communities.


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