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Anglican leader James Tengatenga, free to speak, opens up on homophobia

In his first major interview since Dartmouth yanked his appointment to a prestigious post, James Tengatenga, formerly the Episcopal Bishop for Southern Malawi, opens up like never before on issues of utmost important to LGBT Africans. Find out what he had to say.

RGOD2: The Freedom Tree remains a somber symbol even today

The Freedom Tree was a symbol of the worst possible period in Africa’s tragic history, but clearly, these issues have morphed into new challenges and new forms of inhumanity.

RGOD2: Remembering rightly

The Rev. Canon Albert Ogle writes that most LGBT people younger than 25 have no connection to our recent past. Equality is now an expected right and the LGBT community has not been good at “remembering rightly.” Things need to change.

RGOD2: African architect of homophobia supported by PEPFAR?

Should retired Anglican Archbishop of Uganda, Henry Luke Orombi, famed for spreading homophobia throughout Africa, be allowed to come to the U.S. to raise money for his causes?