As we all know Invisible Children got pretty slammed for bad practice when their Kony video came out last week.
Here is their response to that, in another movie of course.
A lot of people have been hating and everyone is entitled to their opinion but one thing we will say is that we think at least the charities cause has come to light which wouldn’t have spread nearly so dramatically if it wasn’t for these people. So in that sense they have done something good.
The Kony 2012 video has now been viewed more than 112 million times in about a week.
Invisible Children mostly came under fire for oversimplifying a complex foreign policy decision to physically remove a humanitarian threat, but then doesn’t it often help to put things into layman’s terms for an audience who don’t know a huge amount about a subject? They also came under fire yet to a lesser extent about their questionable company expenditure.