OutRight TV: The loss and legacy of LGBTQ activist Sarah Hegazi

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In this episode of OutRight TV, human rights lawyer Mostafa Fouad speaks with Nazeeha Saeed about the life and legacy of LGBTIQ activist Sarah Hegazi, just days after she took her own life in Canada, where she was seeking asylum. Mostafa discusses the violence and hate that Sarah received in the three years since her arrest, the ways in which her identities and beliefs were used against her, and how Sarah's story has changed the climate around queer identity in Egypt.

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