Success at Ugandan LGBTQ fundraiser; more help needed

1 Apr

Ugandan LGBTQ asylum seekers in Kenya

76 CRIMES

Bad Black performs during the March 28 show. (Photo courtesy of Stella Nyanzi) Bad Black performs during the March 28 show. (Photo courtesy of Stella Nyanzi)

Frank Kamya (Kanobana Mwanje Franco) performs during the March 28 show. (Photo courtesy of Stella Nyanzi) Frank Kamya (Kanobana Mwanje Franco) performs during the March 28 show. (Photo courtesy of Stella Nyanzi)

The March 28 featured singing and dancing. (Photo courtesy of Stella Nyanzi) The March 28 show featured both singing and dancing. (Photo courtesy of Stella Nyanzi)

Ugandan anthropologist and social science researcher Stella Nyanzi here reviews the March 28 event that raised money to help beleaguered Ugandan LGBTQ asylum seekers in Kenya, but also notes that more money is needed.

By Stella Nyanzi

Community support and unity is priceless, particularly in struggles against diverse forms of oppression. I want to celebrate different leaders of the LGBTIQ community in Uganda for standing with Kanobana Mwanje Franco, contributing and attending the fundraiser event for Ugandan LGBTI asylum seekers living in disparate parts of Uganda. There were representatives from the leadership of:

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