She said the group is helping 800 people affected by LRA violence to attend high school and college.
"The most exciting thing about this film is that I'm so grateful that the world has been able to pay attention to an issue that has long been neglected," she said. "I think it is an eye-opener and I think this will push for Joseph Kony to be apprehended, and I think justice will get to him."
© Copyright 2020 The Washington Times, LLC
3600 New York Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002