WATCH: Story Of First Openly Gay Activist In Uganda Told In New Documentary

The life of David Kato, the openly gay man who battled proposals in Uganda to make homosexuality a capital crime before his crucial work was cut short by his brutal murder, is depicted in Call Me Kuchu. The often shocking documentary by filmmakers Katherine Fairfax Wright and Malika Zouhali-Worrall has already won almost two dozen awards at festivals around the globe and will open June 14 in New York and June 21 in L.A.

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  • Modernliving3

    Not quite sure what the “trailer park” heading means??

  • jeff4justice

    My heart breaks for our LGBTI brothers and sisters (or any persecuted minority) that cannot be themselves in peace.

  • stfallon1028

    Uganda….the only place I can remotely compare it to is Genosha of the X-Men universe, and even they one day were liberated. I can only hope their government will one day see the deep rooted hate and shame in their actions against their own countrymen.

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