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Tag: Kony 2012
July 16, 2012 | 9:18 am
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In the sequel to last month’s viral sensation, Invisible Children addresses the criticisms of “KONY 2012” and explains the mission behind the campaign and what supporters can do now that everyone knows the name Joseph Kony:
KONY 2012: Part II—Beyond Famous offers a closer look at...
March 21, 2012 | 3:55 pm
Hate by Any Other Name
As someone with many people I love living in Israel, I, like most Jews, worry for their safety constantly. I thus sympathize greatly with David Suissa and his fears for the safety of his daughter living in Israel (“This Just In: Our Enemies Hate Us,”...
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