[Note:  This posting is a bit off topic from my norm but we are all part of the would and I wanted to make a contribution to shedding light on the atrocities in Africa.]

Apparently Kony 2012  is stirring up a mite of controversy but what is even more important is that it has brought to light that tragedy that has existed in Africa for years but was simply ignored.  I give props to the movie maker/social activist that created this film.

I encourage you to read more about Joseph Kony and then watch the Kony 2012 movie below

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4MnpzG5Sqc]

Remember, no matter where in the world we are or what our standing is we have the responsibility to protect children.

Jeremy is a consultant, educator and photographer based in the Caribbean. He shoots an eclectic range of material, but his favorite subjects are urban and seascapes, people and aircraft. He mixes his love of technology and travel with photography. Following a brief post college hiatus he picked up a camera again in 2003 and has been shooting ever since. You may view his work on his website

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