Eight years ago, lesbian activist Brenda Namigadde fled Uganda, where she is a wanted woman. In Uganda, the penalty for homosexuality is death. Now, Ms. Namigadde faces deportation from the United Kingdom: in a matter of days, unless we do something, she will be sent back to Uganda, where the likes of David Bahati, the bitterly homophobic politician who authored the infamous "Kill the Gays" bill, will be waiting to see her executed.
The stakes could not be higher: if Brenda returns to Uganda, she will be killed. It is that simple.
The LGBT community cannot sit by while one of our own faces deportation and death. Stand with Brenda Namigadde: sign All Out's letter to UK Home Secretary Theresa May and urge her to stop Brenda's deportation. Spread this letter far and wide: let every good man and woman know that their immediate assistance is necessary and vital to saving an innocent woman from a homophobic government.
Her very life depends on your help.
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