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The 4th episode of our podcast is out now: Rainbow Riots Radio - Episode 4: The queer heroes of Uganda

Rainbow Riots’ founder Petter Wallenberg takes us to Kampala, Uganda, where we meet trans woman Alicia Houston and hear her story about her life as a sex worker living with HIV. We also meet lesbian activist Kowa Tigs who recently got arrested and evicted. Both of them fight against oppression using creativity, and the episode ends with Wallenberg's musical collaboration with Kowa.

Listen on Apple Podcasts: itunes.apple.com/se/podcast/rainbow-riots-radio/id1391494596?mt=2
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Out today: Rainbow Riots Radio - Episode 4: The queer heroes of Uganda

Rainbow Riots' founder Petter Wallenberg takes us to Kampala, Uganda, where we meet trans woman Alicia Houston and hear her story about her life as a sex worker living with HIV. We also meet lesbian activist Kowa Tigs who recently got arrested and evicted. Both of them fight against oppression using creativity, and the episode ends with Wallenberg's musical collaboration with Kowa.

Listen: soundcloud.com/user-982619949/rainbow-riots-radio-episode-4-the-queer-heroes-of-uganda

Created and presented by Petter Wallenberg. Guests: Alicia Houston and Kowa Tigs Fats. Music by Petter Wallenberg, Kowa Tigs and Rainbow Riots. Photo: Tania Marti
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Rainbow Riots’ founder Petter Wallenberg meets authors Devdutt Pattanaik and Jerry Johnson in Bombay to discuss their book about queerness in India's ancient religions and society. He also meets 22-year old trans woman Paras who is one of India's Hijras, the world’s oldest third gender community, who are both marginalized and believed to have divine powers.

Created and presented by Petter Wallenberg. Guests: Devdutt Pattanaik, Jerry Johnson and Paras. Music by Petter Wallenberg. Visual design by Johan Mauritzson.

Listen to Rainbow Riots Radio here: rainbowriots.org/portfolio/rainbow-riots-radio/

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Rainbow Riots Radio Episode 3: The queer divinity of India

Rainbow Riots’ founder Petter Wallenberg meets authors Devdutt Pattanaik and Jerry Johnson in Bombay to discuss their book about queerness in India's ancient religions and society. He also meets 22-year old trans woman Paras who is one of India's Hijras, the world’s oldest third gender community, who are both marginalized and believed to have divine powers.

Created and presented by Petter Wallenberg. Guests: Devdutt Pattanaik, Jerry Johnson and Paras. Music by Petter Wallenberg. Visual design by Johan Mauritzson.

Listen to Rainbow Riots Radio here: rainbowriots.org/portfolio/rainbow-riots-radio/

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