Evangelicals and homophobia in Uganda, Indigo Girls, Burial of "the ugliest woman in the world" 2/21/2013
Air Date: Feb 21, 2013 12:00 AM ET
Fillmmaker Roger Ross Williams on his new documentary, "God Loves Uganda," examining the influence American evangelical groups have on the hate-filled climate for gay people in Uganda. Long-running folk rock duo Indigo Girls perform live from their latest album, "Beauty Queen Sister." Mexican-American artist Laura Anderson Barbata on the dignified burial of the remains of Julia Pastrana, the 19th century circus performer known as "the ugliest woman in the world."
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