In an interesting coincidence of timing, after yesterday’s class discussing social media and the KONY 2012 campaign, this morning Invisible Children released their follow up video, despite what was reported yesterday. It seems designed to address some of the concerns that have been raised following their first viral video and to keep their momentum going. I’m interested to see what you all think about this one, after our conversations yesterday with @debelzie and @jssozi.
5 April 2012
KONY 2012: Part II Video Released Today
PhD candidate at Tulane University, studying ICT4D, M4D, and applications of technology in disasters and humanitarian aid. Proud member of the American Red Cross for 14+ years, focusing on international humanitarian law, disaster services technology, young professional engagement, and disaster volunteer training. Nerdy New Orleans cosplayer, lover of all things sci-fi, including Star Trek & Doctor Who. View all posts by jessports
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