Alyce Townsend

Kony 2012

Posted Wednesday, March 7, 2012, at 7:42 PM
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  • Is this movement really a good thing?

    This story asks that question.


    What do Africans think about it?

    This story helps answer that question.


    -- Posted by Gabe Licht on Fri, Mar 9, 2012, at 1:54 PM
  • I know this is going to come off ruff, but I do not know how to make it nicer. I am mixed on this. It seems that Russell has a good heart on this movement, but to have your kid involved at such a young age. I do not agree with what he did with his child. Is that not doing the samething as what this Kony is doing to the young children there? I also wonder (and supported by the black writers) if we need to keep sticking our nose into other ppls problems. We can't even fix our own crap in our own country!

    The black writers mostly don't want our help, so why do we do it? Do we think that they don't know what is good for themselves? Do we really know all the facts in this situation or are we just going off our own heart strings? Also want to know why American's don't open up their own back doors and see that this crap is going on in our own nation? Why is it that we can turn a blind eye to our situation, but be all up in another nation's butt for the samething?

    -- Posted by acerdj on Sat, Apr 14, 2012, at 7:53 AM
  • Regardless of state, country, race, or gender I believe we should do what's right no matter the situation. I refuse to turn a deaf ear to anyone in need. Everything is not fixable but that doesn't deter me from being a voice to those who have none. In the time you spent, I'm sorry to say," voicing your opinion", you could have been advocating for someone whom you deem worthy of your support. Please take the time to help advocate for those that you need your voice, instead of wasting it trying to take away from a cause that I felt is attention worthy.

    -- Posted by leeceyplus3 on Mon, Apr 16, 2012, at 10:53 AM
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