Metro Morning | Feb 27, 2014 | 7:26

Escaping Persecution

The "Rainbow Railroad" helps LGBTQ people as they seek safe haven from state enabled violence, murder or persecution. Since Uganda's new anti-gay bill became law, the group has seen an increase in the number of requests for help.

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