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Rihanna & George Clooney Join Fight To Expose 'KONY'

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Published on Mar 8, 2012

Yesterday, everybody saw 'KONY' trending on Twitter and all over Facebook, now A-listers have join this fight. They are bringing more awareness about an evil Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony, who is the leader of a child army and prostitution ring.
George Clooney, an outspoken activist, is using the public's interest in the world of entertainment to draw attention to the cause.
George says: "I'd like indicted war criminals to enjoy the same level of celebrity as me. That seems fair."
Rihanna has also stepped up! A YouTube video has been making the rounds, begging for celebrity support to raise awareness and in the video, and producers threw in a picture of Rihanna to get her attention.
She saw the video and was moved by the story. She called the organization and set up a meeting, wanting to create another video to keep the topic buzzing.
The current video features Ugandan children talking about the horrors they've lived through.
If you want to join these celebrities in the fight to help this organization, check out www.invisiblechildren.com for more info.

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