Invisible Children, the non-profit organization behind the most viral video in history, "Kony 2012," has released its sequel.

As in the first video, the 20-minute follow-up raises awareness about the atrocities of Lord's Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony, the Ugandan warlord accused of abducting and abusing children and coercing them to serve as soldiers and child prostitutes. In addition, the video recaps the global successes of the Kony 2012 campaign since the first video debuted and touches upon the criticisms it received from political pundits.

After restating the reasons behind Invisible Children's efforts, the video moves on to rallying supporters around the nation to participate in community service on April 20th. 

Since "Kony 2012" first made headlines, Invisible Children has amassed thousands of supporters all over the globe, from everyday citizens to celebrities to politicians, all of whom have done their part in sharing the video and donating to the campaign.

[via NPR]