Uganda And World Rejects Kony2012 – ‘Invisible Children’ Counts The Milllions.



theatlantic.com

Almost exactly one week after viral video campaign Kony 2012 alerted millions of viewers to the horror of Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony, the start of what was supposed to be an international activism campaign to spur the U.S. military to arrest him, the world appears to have lost interest. According to Google data posted above, searches for Kony have dropped precipitously, as have his mentions in the news. Search volume looks to be dropping pretty rapidly back down toward zero, where it was throughout the now-over years of Kony’s worst atrocities. The chart looks almost identical for U.S.-only searches.

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