Uganda’s Silent War

Posted: June 4, 2010 in Justice

The main point behind my work for Dean Gash this summer is to help him with a couple of torts-related articles on punitive damages, but he has become deeply involved in a young man’s life in Uganda, so I’m getting to tag into a little of that story as well. (HERE is a brief overview.) The “war in the north” of Uganda is a tragic story. If you have seen the Invisible Children stuff along the way, you know what I mean. If not, you should check it out.

And either way…

I realize the following YouTube video is thirty-six minutes long, but if you have the time to spare, you won’t even notice the time.

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