Poland’s right-wing populist leader Andrzej Duda came to power last year on a platform decrying a ‘LGBT-ideology’ he alleged was spreading throughout his country at the expense of traditional family values. Now, dozens of Polish municipalities have enacted “LGBT ideology free zones” making members of the gay community in this European Union member state fear for their safety. Simon Ostrovsky reports from Poland with support from the Pulitzer Center.
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