The organization behind , now being called the most-viral YouTube video of all time, today launched a sequel on the video-sharing site.
The new video, called "KONY 2012: Part II—Beyond Famous," aims to give a closer look at the Lord's Resistance Army, the group headed up by Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony, whom the Invisible Children campaign is trying to capture.
The sequel also chronicles the progress the first video has made (it has had more than 86 million views on YouTube since hitting the Web a month ago) and tries to address the criticism the campaign has faced.
"This generation has responded to the call to make Joseph Kony famous," Invisible Children's website states. "Now we need to dig deeper and turn awareness into informed action."
Already, the KONY 2012 campaign has made a huge impression on communities across the world, including here in San Bruno where a at Capuchino High.
Most of the world doesn't know about the atrocities Kony has done since leading a 26-year war that has involved abducting children and turning them into soldiers, the organization claims. But by making Kony famous, Invisible Children is trying to stop him once and for all.