The Voice Project need your help in exposing the lies of the Kony's Lord's Resistance Army commanders and you can do it by buying this scarf!
The $34 scarves come in four colors are printed with Luo lyrics from Dwog Paco ("Come Home") songs, which The Voice Project records and distributes to FM radio stations throughout the LRA affected combat areas of Democratic Republic of Congo, Central African Republic and South Sudan.
The donations will enable The Voice Project to help expand on the type of "come home" radio programming pioneered and used so effectively in Uganda during the course of the war.
CLICK HERE to get yours!!!
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Christopher Meloni has had enough of this Joseph Kony baloney. Instead of sitting around and waiting for America to do something about this dangerous dictator, the Law & Order: SVU actor has decided it's time to take matters into his own hands and is going to Africa to hunt him down!
Check out this HIGHlarious Funny or Die video above that is actually a creative promotion for the Enough Project.
Our favorite line? "If Joseph Kony can't be brought to justice, I'm gonna bring justice to Joseph Kony."
Ha! Love it!
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KONY 2012 co-founder Jason Russell, who sky-rocketed into notoriety two weeks ago when his documentary chronicling the war crimes of African rebel leader Joseph Kony went viral, caused enough more a media firestorm last week when he was arrested on the streets of San Diego, naked and apparently having some sort of breakdown!
However, despite rumors that this was alcohol or drug-fueled, his family has released a statement, claiming that he was actually suffering from 'brief reactive psychosis,' for which he is still seeking treatment.
The statement reads:
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By now almost everyone has seen the YouTube viral doc, Kony 2012.
In this video (above) the doc's director defends some of the criticism his campaign against Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony has received.
He even addresses how the organization, Invisible Children, spends their donation money…. the biggest issue people to have them.
Ch-ch-check it out!
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