The closing of 285 Kent with Ric Leichtung and Todd P; and homophobia in Uganda with Malika Zouhali-Worrall

Dayna Evans

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On this episode of Impose's talk radio show, Nothing Urgent, we have our most celebral conversations yet. In advance of the close of Brooklyn venue 285 Kent, we host venue curators Todd P and Ric Leichtung to talk about DIY in the city, what the last shows will be like, and what the future holds. On the latter portion of our show, we discuss Call Me Kuchu, a new documentary directed and coproduced by Malika Zouhali-Worrall on the death of David Kato, the first openly gay Ugandan man. We speak with Souhali-Worrall about homophobia in Uganda and how LGBT issues are being treated in the wake of Kato's death.

You can stream the full episode at this link, then tune in to The Heritage Radio Network on Wednesdays from 6:30pm to hear Chris Robbins and Derek Evers get down to business.

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