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Ugandan activist challenges country's draconian new anti-LGBTQ law

Activists hold placards during their picket against Uganda's anti-homosexuality bill. (Themba Hadebe/AP)
Activists hold placards during their picket against Uganda's anti-homosexuality bill. (Themba Hadebe/AP)

Here & Now host Deepa Fernandes speaks with Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera, a founding mother of the LGBTQ rights movement in Uganda, about her challenge to Uganda’s new law that calls for the death penalty for some gay people.

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