Continuing with personal stories: Former Ugandan gospel singer seeks success in U.S.
Dan Dyson had been building a successful gospel music career in Uganda for nearly a decade when his life was turned upside down by a group of anti-gay activists bent on ridding the country of its LGBT citizens. Today, he is in the midst of a Kickstarter campaign trying to raise $5,000 to record a full-length album and restart his career in the United States.
In 2009, a group of United States evangelicals joined together with Ugandan pastors and held a conference in Uganda, developing an agenda against homosexuality in the country as well as a campaign to out LGBTI Ugandans through the media.
The campaign included bribery—often of other gay people—for names of known LGBTI citizens.
"A gay man that we knew … was paid to start naming and outing people," Dyson said.
A publication called Red Paper [sic] began publishing the names and careers of LGBTI individuals living in Uganda.
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Unfortunately Dyson's musical career is probably on hold, as is the rest of America, until congress gets its arse in gear.