The video, "African Men. Hollywood Stereotypes," made by an American NGO, is part of the "Brand Africa" discourse that's all the rage now.
We want to step off #Kony2012 (we promise to lay off them by this weekend), but
The New York Times East Africa correspondent can be summarized in three self evident points.
A big part of the story that is being missed about Invisible Children is that they're firmly rooted in Evangelical Christianity.
This weekend after watching this surreal clip on CNN of a hyped-up Jason Russell addressing Joseph
It has come to this. Musicians, especially rappers, had to wade in on the American social media campaign to "Make Kony Famous."
The power to choose on social media who is to be the next target of America’s moral manhunt, all with the benediction of a panel of biddable celebrities.