Q+A with Ugandan activists featured in the film following the screening.
CALL ME KUCHU grants unprecedented access into the lives of David Kato and
other Ugandan LGBT activists as they struggle against the rise of
homophobia and anti-gay legislation following visits to Uganda by
radical American Christian evangelists, including former Portlander
Scott Lively. Hailed as “horrific and uplifting, [an] excellent
documentary” (NPR), this screening comes at a crucial time following the
passage of the Anti-Homosexuality Act by the Ugandan government in
February 2014, a law that further strips LGBT individuals of basic
rights guaranteed under the Ugandan Constitution.