In March of 2012, the Center for Constitution Rights filed a federal lawsuit against Scott Lively and his current organization, Abiding Truth Ministries. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG), a non-profit umbrella organization for LGBT advocacy groups in Uganda. The complaint alleges that Lively specifically sought out Uganda to further […]

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Mark Zuckerberg’s internet.org: Making the internet available to every person on earth is a goal too large and too important for any one company, group, or government to solve alone. Internet.org’s partners have come together to meet this challenge because they believe in the power of a connected world. Here, let me rewrite that for […]

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I am really proud of this piece in Wired UK magazine about Uganda’s emerging tech scene, not because yours truly and the techies at Hive Colab are featured, but because some of the people that I admire most in Uganda’s rising tech scene are given their due props. I love this quote by my buddy […]

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Amanda Taub at Wronging Rights finds a rare gem in the development communications landscape littered with poverty porn mines: That’s not a westerner’s idea of what a remote, exoticized “African” would want to do. Rather, those are the dreams of any child, anywhere in the world. (If you add “become a ballerina with magical powers,” […]

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