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Wednesday, 2 June 2010

Audio: Interview with Arsham Parsi, Iranian Railroad for Queer Refugees

Source: South Leeds Community Radio

Being gay is seen as a crime in many parts of our world with the result that many people are persecuted, imprisoned or even killed on account of their sexuality.

Here at South Leeds Community Radio we welcome stories that celebrate diversity and challenge oppression.

Arsham Parsi is an activist and a gay Iranian asylum seeker who came to talk to us about his plight and his success in fighting homophobia.


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