Exporting the Culture Wars – Africa

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THE U.S. CHRISTIAN RIGHT AND THE ATTACK
ON SEXUAL MINORITIES AND WOMEN IN AFRICA

U.S. conservatives’ exportation of the culture wars to Africa has been building for decades. Our dedicated researchers have been working to uncover and expose those in the U.S. who are using their dangerous rhetoric aggressive interventions to devastate the lives of so many overseas.

The battle for social justice isn’t just here at home, it’s global. Read on to see what the Right is doing!

PRA publishes a new book exposing U.S. culture warriors

American Culture Warriors Book CoverAmerican Culture Warriors in Africa: A Guide to the Exporters of Homophobia and Sexism is a new, popular-format guidebook designed to educate U.S. audiences and motivate all people of conscience to take action that interrupts the persecution of women and sexual minorities overseas.

  • Profiles of the American bad actors most responsible for the international assault on LGBTQ people and reproductive justice
  • An overview of their culture war campaigns in Africa
  • Guidelines for concrete action we can take here in the U.S. to interrupt the continued export of American culture wars abroad—including a case study in effective local organizing

American Culture Warriors in Africa releases on May 19th, the same day as the national PBS broadcast and DVD release of Roger Ross Williams’ award-winning documentary film, God Loves Uganda.

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profilesontheright2 smallWHO ARE THE KEY PLAYERS ON THE RIGHT?

PRA has spent years tracking right-wing conservatives. Use our profiles section to learn all about who the key players are who are influencing the rapid spread of homophobia and sexism to Africa.

 

INVESTIGATIVE REPORTS:

Globalizing the Culture Wars
U.S. Conservatives, African Churches, & Homophobiaglobalizing culture wars cover

 

 

Colonizing African Values
How the U.S. Christian Right is Transforming Sexual Politics in AfricaColonizing African Values

 

ITN’s Channel 4 News (UK) uses Political Research Associates’ undercover video to confront Scott Lively over his involvement in the creation of the Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda:

 

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