One year ago we lost a hero: David Kato was murdered in his home in Uganda. David did not become a hero because he died as an advocate for LGBT people; he was a hero because he lived for equality, despite death threats and despite all apparent odds.
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By Cathleen Falsani
Religion News Service
Last year, for the first time since the National Prayer Breakfast was founded in 1953, angry protesters dem...
His murder deprives his people of a significant and effective voice, and we pray that the world may learn from his gentle and quiet witness
KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — A prominent Ugandan gay rights activist whose picture was published by an anti-gay newspaper next to the words "Hang Them...
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