Pride in Uganda


Pride in Uganda

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Original print by Katie G. Nelson. 

Printed on archival-level paper. Includes matte, backing and description of image.

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A gay rights activist marches in the fourth annual Uganda gay pride parade at a secluded beach near Lake Victoria. Homosexuality is still illegal in Uganda and punishable by up to 14 years in prison.

The first Pride Uganda celebration was in 2012; the following year the Ugandan Parliament passed the Anti-Homosexuality Act, which punished same-sex relationships with life imprisonment. That law was later ruled invalid based on a minor voting technicality. But same-sex relationships are still illegal in Uganda and are punishable by up to 14 years in prison.

Public Radio International, 2015.