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  1. osazemeo
    osazemeo at |

    Reblogged this on ReluctantAfroAngloFrenchie and commented:
    this is indeed a tragedy. May his soul RIP

  2. campaigns:worth:sharing
    campaigns:worth:sharing at |

    This is outrageous. His death follows David Kato’s in Uganda a few years back. He too lost his life fighting for what he knows is right. I am deeply saddened by this.

  3. D.C.
    D.C. at |

    Reblogged this on Purple Gloves and commented:
    RIP Eric Lembembe

  4. Denis from Ottawa
    Denis from Ottawa at |

    I am sending you a link of the article by Human Rights Watch about Eric.
    Best Regards

  5. Denis from Ottawa
    Denis from Ottawa at |

    link to Huffington Post article.
    BBC also has a news article. His activism is being widely recognized.

  6. Neferti T Diop
    Neferti T Diop at |

    While The lgbt community USA is celebrating it’s latest victory , this is what we African lgbt’s still face everyday.

  7. tiffany267
    tiffany267 at |

    Reblogged this on Tiffany's Non-Blog and commented:
    Lest our detractors distract people with whines that their bigoted views are somehow being victimized, here’s a heart-wrenching reminder who the real victims are.

  8. stephenmead
    stephenmead at |

    Mercy, Mercy, Mercy: http://youtu.be/9twPWRsuQ8I

  9. Darey Oni
    Darey Oni at |

    Oh…my God who do this to my Guy. Hey Eric and I jst left Cameroun ooooo hey.. How does this Happen can some1 tell me, was in his house and his office not quite lng am bck to Nigeria now oooo God..am crying ooO hey people are wicked.


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