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Fall 2011 Global Queer Series

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The Fall 2011 Global Queer Series is a series of public discussions on LGBTQ human rights issues in the global arena.

Co-hosted by Timothy Patrick McCarthy and Ian Lekus

'Compass to Compassion: The Global Decriminalization of Homosexuality,' a public lecture by Bishop Christopher Senyonjo

Wednesday, September 28, 2011
7:00 - 8:30 pm
Wiener Auditorium (Taubman Building, Ground Floor) Harvard Kennedy School of Government
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Bishop Christopher Senyonjo served as a bishop in the Anglican Church of Uganda from 1974-1998. Widely hailed as the "Desmond Tutu of Uganda," Bishop Senyonjo is one of the most outspoken and courageous voices on behalf of LGBTQ human rights globally. He is the founder of St. Paul's Reconciliation and Equality Centre for LGBTQ/Straight Alliance in Kampala, Uganda. Currently on a speaking tour of the United Kingdom and United States, Bishop Senyonjo will lead a two-day United Nations convening of faith leaders, LGBTQ activists, and human rights advocates at the Union Theological Seminary on Oct. 11-12, 2011.

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