Return Our Computers, Cameras Now!

Dear friends who believe in justice, Our cameras and computers were confiscated¬†by the state of Uganda when we were arrested December 6, 2014 and charged with unlawful assembly, meaning state authorities weren’t happy about the alleged conversation we were having about peace! For the past year, we’ve had trouble keeping in touch with you all, […]

Radio Interview with a Co-Founder

A quirky 15-minute chat between Rick McVicker of Ink in Stereo and Phil Wilmot, a co-founder of Solidarity Uganda, discussing a range of topics ranging from romance to central Pennsylvania racism to human rights in rural Uganda. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

A small piece of the threatened land

“oil fields in our land”: A Testimony of Acaa Magrate Loum

“My name is Acaa Magrate Loum. I’m now 38 years old. Born from Lakang and got married to Loum who is now 40 years old from Lakang in 1992 when i was only 17 years old. At that time, we lived in Lakang without any problem of land dispute. We lived knowing that the land […]

The Campus Journal, Founded by Yahya Sseremba

Video Interviews with Yahya Sseremba

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