Category Archives: Invisible Children

Kony 2012: Lessons Learned?

by Ginnie Seger Shakespearean dramas often feature the archetype of the tragic hero, a character who possesses qualities of enthusiasm and ambition; yet their ultimate downfall is tied to what Aristotle called “an act of injustice” or hamartia, which is … Continue reading

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The Kony 2012 Campaign: A Manhunt Goes Viral

by Ginnie Seger Have social media transformed the way the world can leverage its power towards issues of social justice? This is a question often pondered on this blog and by many researchers who analyze the power information and action … Continue reading

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