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Kony 2012 aims to make war criminal Joseph Kony famous, “not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and set a precedent for international justice.” At time of release, the video has been viewed over 70 million times on YouTube alone. The movement was trending for over 24 hours on Twitter and caused a stir on Facebook, among celebrities, blogs, and in the news.
Noah Miles, an educator in Oregon, was moved by the video and plans on showing the video to his students, some of whom are deaf. “I’m teaching my students about social justice and this video fits in perfectly. President Patricia Prozzi">Patricia Prozzi. “We’re proud to help Invisible Children bring their campaign to viewers who rely on the captioning and subtitling.”
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