One of the college students I work with at the campus ministry I serve sent me this superbly made video clip. She—and millions of other young adults around the world—are helping to stop a despicable warlord from abducting over 30,000 children. He is forcing the boys to kill their parents and fight as child soldiers, and forcing the girls to serve as sex slaves.
These passionate young adults will only succeed if they can convince U.S. leaders to keep our military advisers in Uganda.
It’s up to us.
(it’s the most important 30 minutes you’ll spend online this year)
Then, like Invisible Children on Facebook.
Then, contact your elected officials and tell them to keep our military advisers in Uganda to help them arrest Joseph Kony by the end of this year.
Jacob, Gavin, and my son Andrew thank you.
We can do this—and we must.
Editor: Kate Bartolotta
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