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Tuesday, August 02, 2011

NY Knots, Queer UN History & GH Homo Hunt

Bear witness to the dawn of New York's marriage equality with the jubilant wedding guests, including Salim Rizvi of Free Speech Radio News.

UN Human Rights High Commissioner Navi Pillay celebrates the commitment of Australian activist Nicholas Toonen, who first brought LGBT issues to the United Nations, and looks into the future.

Researcher Charlotte Walker-Said of the Human Rights Program at the University of Chicago discusses the circumstances that led to a a government official ordering an anti-LGBT crackdown in Ghana.

And in NewsWrap: ECOSOC likes ILGA again, Uganda revives "kill gays" bill, Turkish Cypriots bust two men under "unused" sodomy law, Italian Deputies in denial about discrimination, Jerusalem celebrates Pride peacefully, and more news reported by John Torres and Natalie Peoples (produced by Steve Pride).

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