Washington DC: Protest Outside Uganda Embassy

Written by scott on December 2nd, 2012

More than a dozen people gathered outside the Ugandan embassy in Northwest D.C. on Saturday to protest the African country’s so-called “Kill the Gays” bill that would impose the death penalty upon anyone convicted of repeated same-sex sexual acts.

Members of the Maryland Light Brigade, which placed illuminated signs in support of last month’s referendum that upheld the state’s same-sex marriage law on interstate overpasses, organized the protest. They held lighted black panels along the sidewalk in front of the 16th Street, N.W., compound that read “Reject Ugandan Homophobia.”

Several motorists honked their horns in support of the protesters as they drove past the embassy.

Authored By Michael K. Lavers – See the Full Story at The Washington Blade

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