It has been quite a week. More than 500 people have downloaded the Beyond #Kony2012 book, which greatly exceeded my modest expectations for the first few days of its release.
One of the great things about Leanpub, the online publishing platform I am using, is that I am able to add new content after publication, and send automatic updates to those who have already purchased the book.
I’m happy to announce that I am taking full advantage of that feature, and that there are now two new chapters in the book!. Mark Kersten, who blogs at Justice In Conflict, has written an informative account of the Juba Peace Talks. And Hawa Allan, a talented writer and lawyer who is currently teaching at Columbia Law School, has contributed a thoughtful essay comparing the online responses to the Kony 2012 campaign and the Trayvon Martin shooting. They are awesome, and if you don’t read them, you will be missing out.
Download the book here. Come on, you know you want to…