save the vid

Let the video load or reload the video. It can take a couple of seconds or minutes.
Depending of your internet connection.Be patient.

We do not use cookies or anything to track our visitors. The 'videohosts' do.
That's why we advise you to use something like MALWAREBYTES or similar besides the free adblockers extensions for your browser.
To enjoy carefree sharing.

If the video is from MixDrop videohost, you recognize it by the green play icon, then play the vid and click right at your mouse and you save the video as.
IF YOU LIKE THE MOVIE, JUST BUY THE MOVIE AT YOUR LOCAL MOVIEFARMER
OR RENT IT AT LESFLICKS




Call Me Kuchu 2012

0

Be first to thanks! .

 



The lives and work of a handful of Ugandan LGBT rights activists, including David Kato - the first openly gay man in the country - and Naome Ruzindana, are presented. Their lives take a turn when federal politician David Bahati introduces a bill that would outlaw homosexuality, the actual act to be punishable by life imprisonment, and what is considered aggravated homosexuality to be punishable by death. The bill, expected to pass, is being largely supported by the country's Christian church, the loudest proponents seeing homosexuality as abnormal and against the teachings of God. The weekly Ugandan newspaper Rolling Stone, its managing editor being Gilles Muhame, is staunchly anti-homosexual in its bent, it which had previous to the introduction of the bill printed names and photographs of supposed gay men as an act of persecution, to stir the emotions of the anti-gay factions to take action. Kato, Ruzindana and other LGBT activists in the country do whatever they can to defeat the bill, while Kato takes Rolling Stone to court to desist in their persecution of gay men. It isn't until a tragedy occurs that the international human rights community enters the fray.

Tags: Uganda, Katherine Fairfax Wright, Malika Zouhali-Worrall, David Kato

Comments powered by CComment

Articles - FJ Related Plus

SJ Xmas