phd student: Speaking with CBC Radio's All In A Day Tuesday, Zaky said Gambia is simply not a welcoming place for LGBTQ people, according to CBC. The government there was trying to arrest queer people, people who identify themselves as gay or lesbians, he said. Radamis Zaky, a PhD student at the school, directed the documentary Rainbow Haven Welcoming LGBTQ Refugees to Canada. The government was encouraging and is still encouraging people to call the police to arrest gay people. The three refugees in the film are all adapting to life in Canada and feel blessed to be here, Zaky said. They are free' The three people in Zaky's film made difficult trips to get out of Gambia and eventually to come to Canada after local families sponsored them. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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