Why isn't Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talking about the Uganda "Kill The Gays" Bill ?
Time is running out for thousands of Ugandans, who face the death penalty or life in prison if "convicted" of being gay.
It's time for the United States to escalate its diplomatic efforts to protect the human rights of LGBT Ugandans.
Forward the link to this blog post to your friends, and then sign and share these to petitions :
Our allies on the ground tell us that if Pepsi, which has a huge presence in Uganda, speaks out against the "Kill The Gays" Bill and the harmful effect it would have on investment and economic development in Uganda, it would force Ugandan officials to put the bill on hold -- or even pull it entirely. Sign the Pepsi Petition.
Citibank and Barclays -- two of the largest banks in the world -- have major operations in Uganda. Ask Citibank and Barclays to publicly condemn Uganda’s “Kill The Gays” Bill, and send a loud message to Ugandan legislators that criminalizing homosexuality with lifetime prison sentences and the death penalty won’t be supported by major international businesses. Sign the Citibank and Barclays Petition.
Meanwhile, New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn has no opinion about whether Secretary of State Hillary Clinton should escalate diplomatic efforts to protect the human rights of LGBT Ugandans.