While one Youtube video about Joseph Kony continues to grab millions of views, a Wake Forest student's video on the same subject has been seen only hundreds of times.
In the video above, meet Hunter DeKonick, who went to Uganda on a study abroad mission. His video, which is only a few minutes long, focuses on how some former victims have forgiven Kony and are continuing to heal.
That's opposed to the 30-minute piece produced by Invisibile Children. Seen more than 50 million times as of Friday, the Invisible Children video focuses on Kony himself. The video has undergone some criticism since its release.