In March 2012, the charity, Invisible Children, released a video called Kony 2012. The video became an Internet sensation with 75 million views on YouTube in just a few days. But the video's tremendous popularity brought the charity a mixed bag of praise and scrutiny. Some bloggers, donors and even reporters have mischaracterized the financial health of Invisible Children and even our evaluation of the charity.
Updated 1:40 a.m. ET: SAN DIEGO – Invisible Children filmmaker Jason Russell, a cofounder of the group behind the “Kony 2012” video, "did some irrational things brought on by extreme exhaustion and dehydration," his wife said Friday... Read Post
Joseph Kony is one of world's worst war criminals. By using the Internet to make him famous, he can be brought to justice. The Invisible Children project's goal is to reach 20 culture makers including Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates ... Read Post