A month after the release of its viral video “Kony 2012,” Invisible Children released a second film last week to respond to criticism of its campaign, and to rally people to take new action against Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony. Aside from magnifying the issue, the video has inevitably propelled more discussion and debate around the rise of ‘slacktivism.’
Is there real value in a Slacktivist? Can you make real social change without hitting the street and protesting?
As you are aware, this is a common discussion point and theme for Armchair Advocates.