The State We’re In, 9 June 2012.
An Iranian rapper, who came out as a lesbian and then had to make a dramatic exit from the country. A Filipino filmmaker tells the story of a man whose life was destroyed, and later saved, by the media. And we meet a former Afghan governor who uses the power of poetry to bring peace to warring factions.
This is an AMAZING interview!
Saye Sky talks about learning all her communication had been tapped by the government, of fear for her life, being on the run from the government, sleeping under cars so nobody would know where she was, not sleeping for weeks because of fear and eventually escaping the country where being a lesbian is a sentence to torture and death.