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Friday, October 14, 2011

The Birth of Kaleidoscope

LGBT movements of many colors combine in Kaleidoscope, a new organization founded in Britain to support activists abroad. Its director David Chalmers described the gala launch with correspondent Rosie Wilby (Resonance-FM's Out in South London), and expatriate Nigerian activist Bisi Alimi discussed the group's goals and strategy.

Plus: a live-in-concert performance of Something Inside So Strong by its composer, gay U.K.-based Nigerian expatriate Labi Siffre.

And in NewsWrap: Cameron's conservatism compels marriage equality, an "evolving" Obama is better on soldiers than same-gender couples, the price tag on the U.S. House's DOMA defense triples, a landlord's lockout sinks Uganda's "strange" Sappho Islands, Belgrade cops cancel Pride to avert "blood in the streets," and more news reported by Gary Shaw and Vash Boddie (produced by Steve Pride).

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