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I don't agree. I still think

I don't agree. I still think that they are making Ugandans feel very suppressed and the situation that they are portraying was Uganda six years ago. Things have changed and their STANCE needs to change. So as long as they are around,people will have misconceptions. So what if people know about Kony? What's the use of buying a bloody action kit? I suggest people know the facts from Ugandans themselves and not some organisations that wants to "help" people and are doing a horrible job at it.

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Brett P. Kennedy, Psy.D., has a private practice in New York where he provides psychotherapy to adults and couples.


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