Black History Month: Global Game Changers

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David Kato

Kato was a Ugandan teacher and gay rights activist who was killed in 2011 after his name and address were published in a local newspaper, along with other men and women accused of being homosexual, under the headline “Hang Them.”

His life and death have sparked renewed international interest in the plight of LGBT communities across Africa and he is considered to be one of the founders of Uganda’s gay rights movement.

(Photo: AP/file)

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