Looking Beyond Kony: Ugandan Women Rebuilding Their Lives

From Africa's Heartbeat Fri Nov 9 2012, 04:45:38

In Uganda thousands of women are rebuilding their lives after being held captive, used as sex slaves and solders by Joseph Kony's Lord's Resistance Army. Although Invisible Childrens' Kony2012 video showed the different sides of child solders and violence in Uganda, this video shows how the women of Uganda are slowly bring their communities together after years of conflict.  Woman must not [...]

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