Invisible Children Co-founder Bobby Bailey to Speak at Elms College

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The human rights activist will speak to members of the college community about KONY2012 campaign in a presentation titled, “A Decade in Pursuit of Kony: The Unorthodox Ways of Building a Movement.”

Bobby Bailey, co-founder of Invisible Children, will speak at Elms College at 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 19 in the Alumnae Library Theater.

Bailey’s presentation, billed as “A Decade in Pursuit of Kony: The Unorthodox Ways of Building a Movement,” will cover his experiences in Uganda and how they led to the creation of the KONY2012 campaign.

Bobby Bailey, co-founder of Invisible Children, will speak at Elms College at 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 19 in the Alumnae Library Theater.

Bailey’s presentation, billed as “A Decade in Pursuit of Kony: The Unorthodox Ways of Building a Movement,” will cover his experiences in Uganda and how they led to the creation of the KONY2012 campaign.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Jose Tolson, director of student activities, at tolsonj(at)elms(dot)edu or 413-265-2211.

Along with Jason Russell and Laren Poole, Bailey co-founded Invisible Children in 2004, initially as a film-making adventure in Africa. The organization seeks to increase global awareness of the Lord’s Resistance Army in central Africa and its leader, Joseph Kony. Bailey left the organization in 2009 but helped to lay the groundwork for KONY2012. He recently created the film, “I Am Mother” for The Voice Project, about another aspect of the region’s wars.

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