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    Honors for African LGBTI heroes at London Pride

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  3. Mathew ordinary Nyabwana
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    I want to become like you guys activist please give me directions

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  4. Barbzy
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    The African LGBTI organisation Out and Proud Diamond Group celebrated African LGBTI Heroes during London Pride 2015.

    The group honored people who have stood up against anti-gay environments and regimes in Africa. Some of these heroes lost their lives during the struggle to liberate us and others against the injustices, discrimination, persecution, inequalities among others. Many of these heroes are still carrying on with the struggle for liberation amidst direct threats to their lives.

    [Note: While they say they’ve honoured ‘LGBTI’ activist, they failed to mention at least one major Intersex activist & hero.]

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