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A Matter of Life and Death: LGBTI Rights in Uganda
Sunday 21st March in Manchester
David Kato, LGBTI activist from Uganda and member of SMUG http://www.sexualminoritiesuganda.org will talk about his experiences as an activist in the context of recent legislation threatening the death penalty for "aggravated homosexuality", the campaign in Uganda to stop the new law as well as international efforts for decriminalisation. To be followed by questions/discussion.
David is on a short tour of the UK and this is his only Manchester date.
David will be joined by Sokari Ekine, activist, writer and founder of http://www.blacklooks.org/ a site documenting social justice issues in Africa and the diaspora with a focus on LGBTI rights, gender-based violence, militarism as well as literature and popular culture.
Delicious cheap food and cafe available from 12.30pm.
2-4pm Sunday 21st March,
LGBT Centre, 49-51 Sidney Street, Manchester (Behind 8th Day Co-op off Oxford Rd)
The event is free but voluntary contributions towards travel expenses of participants gratefully received.
The venue is wheelchair accessible and all on the ground floor. If you have any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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