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# glenevin - Monday 11 March, 2013

Column: The way some people view African countries is inherently racist – as Kony 2012 shows

The Invisible Children campaign went viral worldwide last year – but it was deeply racist, politically motivated, and presented a Uganda that does not exist, writes Kevin McPartlan.

# glenevin - Saturday 9 March, 2013

Kony 2012: One year later, Invisible Children still focused on ending violence

This time last year the world first saw the Kony 2012 viral YouTube video. The producers say that although he is yet to be apprehended, they are still focused on ending LRA violence.