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Watch the whole video and share everyone.
What a PERFECT example of guerrilla marketing.
If this works, I think it may actually change the way we, the American people, accomplish things in the future. Kinda excited for April. WDE
KONY 2012 is a film and campaign by Invisible Children that aims to make Joseph Kony famous, not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and set a precedent for international justice.
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DIRECTOR: Jason Russell LEAD EDITOR: Kathryn Lang EDITORS: Kevin Trout, Jay Salbert, Jesse Eslinger LEAD ANIMATOR: Chad Clendinen ANIMATOR: Jesse Eslinger 3-D MODELING: Victor Soto VISUAL EFFECTS: Chris Hop WRITERS: Jason Russell, Jedidiah Jenkins, Kathryn Lang, Danica Russell, Ben Keesey, Azy Groth PRODUCERS: Kimmy Vandivort, Heather Longerbeam, Chad Clendinen, Noelle Jouglet ORIGINAL SCORES: Joel P. West SOUND MIX: Stephen Grubbs, Mark Friedgen, Smart Post Sound COLOR: Damian Pelphrey, Company 3 CINEMATOGRAPHY: Jason Russell, Bobby Bailey, Laren Poole, Gavin Kelly, Chad Clendinen, Kevin Trout, Jay Salbert, Shannon Lynch PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: Jaime Landsverk LEAD DESIGNER: Tyler Fordham DESIGNERS: Chadwick Gantes, Stephen Witmer
"02 Ghosts I"
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Written by Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor
Produced by Alan Moulder, Atticus Ross, and Trent Reznor
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"Punching in a Dream"
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Written by Aaron Short, Alisa Xayalith, and Thom Powers
Produced by Thom Powers
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"Arrival of the Birds"
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"Roll Away Your Stone"
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Produced by Markus Dravs
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"I Can't Stop"
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This post was edited by Bow9denAU143491 2 years ago
Not to take away from the cause, but man, what brilliant execution. So powerful. Definitely could change things for the better.
"you're so vain, I'll bet you think this post is about you, don't you? Don't you?"
Yeah, extremely well done....very moving. I'll definitely pass it on. Thanks for posting.
So I'm passing it on and donating now.
Thanks for sharing this important message. May the family of Auburn care that Kony is stopped and that these children, little boys made into soldiers and little girls into sex slaves, that they are protected, spared, and given a life of hope.
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Everyone may want to read this before forming an opinion...
140 Characters... too short for a good sig
I teach at a big high school here in Alabama. Apparently this went viral among many of the students the past two days. The Kony 2012 posters lined the halls today. It was an impressive sight. I had quite a few students come up to me and ask me about this. I'm pretty familiar with the Invisible Children campaign (they have actually come to the school a few times to talk to the kids) and it was great to see a bunch of young kids moved to want to do something to at least bring awareness to this issue and try to do something to help.
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You might want to do a little more digging first.
This post was edited by AubieXIII 2 years ago
Alabama delenda est.
Here is an article that I think fairly presents Invisible Children's view and the backlash. Seems like it is a mere argument about means of going about it, actual aid vs. awareness. I think both have their places.
Nonprofit organization Invisible Children has had the viral media hit of 2012 with their #kony2012 video--a slick half-hour video documentary designed to shine a light on little-known (until yesterday) African war criminal Joseph Kony. Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army has operated in Uganda and nearby countries for years, with a steadily established modus operandi of kidnapping children for use as soldiers, raping village women, and destroying small towns. The video advocates using force to bring Kony to justice and try him before the International Criminal Court for war crimes.
No matter what you might think of the group (Invisible Children) the man they're trying to stop (Kony) needs taken down. They have my full support in spreading the word so that it helps bring his crimes to the light. After Kony is taking down, I can't say that I will be a Invisible Children supporter but for the time being and for this mission I'm fully on board.
Stop trying to make things complicated and just look at the overall goal of this mission. Kony must be captured asap and if that means re-posting a video for this shady non-profit group that actually makes money than so be it. Most of the members in that group do a lot more good for this earth than most of us do by a long shot.
Get off your high horse.
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