Grant Me Justice: John Kashiha

Grant Me Justice: John Kashiha

English / Español / German / Portugues John Justin Kashiha (32) from Tanzania has a university degree, but he already lost five jobs because of being gay. The criminalisation of his sexuality brings a lot of hardship into his life: “Sometimes I would like God to show...
Grant Me Justice: Joanita Ssenfuka

Grant Me Justice: Joanita Ssenfuka

English / Español / German / Portugues Joanita Warry Ssenfuka (35) from Uganda is a telecommunication engineer and activist. I prayed to God to many times to forgive me for – whatever With seven years I was attracted to my best friend. We lived together, we grew up...
Grant Me Justice: Ryan Kollano

Grant Me Justice: Ryan Kollano

English / Español / German / Portugues Ryan Kollano (33) from Kenia was one of 9 kids from a poor family. He was fighting hard to go to school. He made it up to university. Because of being gay he lost everything – several times. The dream of going to school I was...
Grant Me Justice: Dumisani Dube

Grant Me Justice: Dumisani Dube

English / Spanish / Portugues Dumisani Dube (45) is from Zimbabwe, living in South Africa. He works for an LGBT-Organization as a consultant in Zimbabwe and in South Africa, which organises “Dialogue for change”:  dialogue between the LGBT commmunity and the religious...
LGBT Catholic Voices from W Africa: Ghana

LGBT Catholic Voices from W Africa: Ghana

I arrived safely in the city of Accra, Ghana on the 14th of March 2015. The last time I was in Ghana was in 2008 and I still have many friends there. The day after my arrival was Sunday and Mother’s Day, and I went with some friends to mass in Accra. After mass I was...