There is a lot of buzz today about Invisible Children’s #Kony2012 video going viral. But critics of the charity are also beginning to make themselves heard (here is a tumblr with lots of juicy details). This photo purportedly shows the founders of Invisible Children posing with the Sudan People’s Liberation Army.

    What’s your take on the Invisible Children campaign?

    32% of the $8m raised by the not-for-profit organisation behind Kony2012 went to help these kids. Where did the rest go?

    (Source: fastcompany, via politics-war)

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There is a lot of buzz today about Invisible Children’s #Kony2012 video going viral. But critics of the charity are also beginning to make themselves heard (here is a tumblr with lots of juicy details). This photo purportedly shows the founders of Invisible Children posing with the Sudan People’s Liberation Army.
What’s your take on the Invisible Children campaign?

32% of the $8m raised by the not-for-profit organisation behind Kony2012 went to help these kids. Where did the rest go?