Reba McEntire, Scotty McCreery, Martina McBride

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Like much of the world, country stars like Reba McEntire, Scotty McCreery and Martina McBride have been moved to help shine a light on the atrocities of African warlord Joseph Kony and his Lord's Resistance Army. The Kony 2012 video is now up to over 50 million views on YouTube, an amazing testament to the power of the 29-minute long download.

Essentially, Kony has been kidnapping children in Uganda to build his army. Despite some controversy, the Invisible Children campaign relies on social action to end the use of child soldiers with a goal to hunt down Kony. You can watch the video for yourself here and decide if you'd like to join stars like LeAnn Rimes and Trace Adkins is spreading the message. Below are some tweets about the video from many of today's top country singers.

 
Like much of the world, country stars like Reba McEntire, Scotty McCreery and Martina McBride have been moved to help shine a light on the atrocities of African warlord Joseph Kony and his Lord's Resistance Army.

Everyone please visit Kony2012.com and watch the video….it's powerful. Every child deserves a chance.

 

Thank yall for tweeting me that video link. I saw that through my mentions. #Kony2012 definitely has my support! #StopKony

 

Please watch and retweet….Please!


 

I have watched the video. All I'm saying is that you should lobbying the President. He's got Seal Team 6 on speed dial.

 

#konysurrender

 

All 72,000+ of our followers MUST watch this. Please pass it along to everyone you know…

#stopkony

 

Kony 2012!! God Bless