A Precarious End to Uganda’s Anti-Gay Act

The New Yorker reports that in Uganda, justice for the L.G.B.T. population has been rare, with small victories (such as a 2010 court injunction to force a tabloid to stop outing gays, and the country’s first gay-pride parade, two years later) often followed by harsh repression (the murder of an activist in 2011, and the jailing and blackmail of others).

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