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Friday, March 04, 2016

Kenyan Rap Wars & #HarlemNoHate

Kenyan musicians Art Attack (Same Love Remix) and Grammo Suspect (Our Love Is Valid) face showdowns with the government. (You can defy the authorities too by sharing their controversial videos about love and equality!)

Carl Siciliano of the Ali Forney Center for LGBT youth closes in on Harlem homophobe ATLAH Church Pastor James David Manning, to the delight of Comedy Central's The Daily Show correspondent Jessica Williams.

And in NewsWrap: Indonesia's anti-queer crackdown gets even worse, Russia considers forced "treatment" for its LGBT citizens, but a trio of U.S. advocacy groups challenge so-called "change therapy" nationwide, childless civil unions pass in the Italian Senate, Israeli lawmakers reject several LGBT rights bills, Germany opens safe shelters for queer Syrian refugees, and more international LGBT news reported this week by Wenzel Jones and Michael LeBeau (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).

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