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Joseph Kony, left, the leader of the Lord's Resistance Army, and his deputy, Vincent Otti, at a camp in Southern Sudan in 2006.

Mar. 09, 2012

The head of the Lord’s Resistance Army, Joseph Kony, has jumped into the spotlight thanks to a 30 minute video by the American advocacy group Invisible Children. The video’s gone viral, with more than 30 million views in the last two days, and has sparked a debate about the West’s role in Africa. Worldview discusses the video's implications with Ugandan journalist Kisuule Magala and takes calls from listeners. To join the conversation, call 312-923-9239. Also, Worldview kicks off a new segment called Weekend Passport. Each Friday, global citizen Nari Safavi shares his picks for how to experience another country without leaving the Chicago area.