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Residents gather at a shelter for gay men in Baghdad.

Mar. 15, 2012

In the last two weeks, at least 14 young Iraqis who were perceived to be gay or part of the emo culture have been killed in Baghdad. Scott Long, a human rights fellow at Harvard Law School, tells Worldview why these kids have recently become the target of increased violence. And on Global Activism, Sarah Antrim-Cambium, the founder of My Grandmother’s River Project, discusses her organization's efforts to safeguard the culture of the Naso, an indigenous group in Panama.