Where “out” means outcast
Jake Naughton, a photographer from the class of 2014, followed several people in Kenya who were made to live as refugees due to widespread intolerance of their homosexuality. He focused a lens on an important issue that goes underreported in some parts of the world.
|Full Story||Fugitives in their own lands: Meet Kenya’s LGBT refugees|
|Date||March 6, 2016|
“LGBT refugees attend a church service in one of their compounds. They have been kicked out of or barred from other church services in the area, but most of the LGBT refugees are deeply religious. One of the Ugandan refugees in the group is an Anglican minister in Kampala and he leads the group’s service each Sunday.”