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01/31/2012

Video: Keeping focus on David Kato, Africa, the rights of gay babies, peace

by Jeremy Hooper

In the year since anti-LGBT Ugandans, stoked on by fears exported from the United States, brought the country's deep and demonstrable hostilities to frightening new light, the conversation about that nation, its proposed "Kill The Gays" bill, and the general state of affairs across all of Africa has died down somewhat. Which makes now, when things are at a perceived lull and some in the area are seeing rays of hope, a ripe time to continue this discussion before further tragedies take place.

Colin Powell, Phylicia Rashad, Cary Alan Johnson, and many more chat with No More Down Low TV:


Murdered for being Gay: In Memory of David Kato [No More Down Low]

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*RELATED: This is the film, Call Me Kuchu, will debut next month in Berlin:

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