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David Kato faced down extreme prejudice in order to establish the foundation of Uganda's queer rights movements. Be mindful: this episode discusses homophobic language, brutality, and murder throughout. To avoid specific discussion of David Kato's death, skip from 13:35 to 14:00.

Music: “Clear Day”, bensound.com.

Sources

Akinyemi, Aaron. “ ‘His death made us stonger’: Uganda’s LGBT groups on David Kato’s murder.” The Guardian. 26 Jan 2016. Web.

Mills, Laura. “David Kato: The First Openly Gay Man in Uganda.” Queer History. 29 June 2016. Web.

“David Kato”, obituary. The Economist. 10 Feb 2011. Web.

“David Kato”. LGBTHistoryMonth.com. Oct 2016. Web.

Smith, Rob. “Unsung Heroes: How David Kato Is Changing The World Even After His Death.” Queerty. 22 Feb 2016. Web.

“What is Sexual Minorities Uganda?” Sexualminoritiesuganda.com.

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