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01/02/2013

'Advocate' photo album: LGBTI in Uganda

by Jeremy Hooper

The idea that when people know LGBT people they ultimately support us has become a truism in American activism. In Uganda, where the obstacles and proposed roadblocks regularly reach a level of horror that is unimaginable to westerners, that truism takes on a whole new urgency.

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Screen Shot 2013-01-02 At 4.16.36 Pm American-born gay photographer D. David Robinson collected portraits and first-person accounts from lesbian, gay, transgender, and interest Ugandans, then turned to The Advocate to offer these brave activists a forum to elevate their stories in their own words.
We Are Here: LGBTI in Uganda [Advocate]

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