Living in Limbo: Lesbian Families in the Deep South, photographs by Carolyn Sherer is a contemporary exhibition honoring the current complexities of lesbian family life in the South. The exhibition provides an intimate view of a population that largely has been invisible or underrepresented in public art. The images challenge viewers to envision a world without prejudice and discrimination – a world that celebrates commitment, family and inclusion for everyone – a world without limbo.
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Birmingham AIDS Outreach (BAO) is serving as fiscal sponsor for Living and Limbo, Inc. BAO is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Your donation is 100% tax deductible as allowed by law.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to these Living in Limbo: Lesbian Families in the Deep South, photographs by Carolyn Sherer sponsors, who through their generosity, allowed the photography exhibition to come to life.
Ann Huckstep and Carol Misner
Richard Tubb Interiors
Cindee Dale Holmes and Tracy R. Hall
Health Consulting Group, Inc.
Jay and Melanie Grinney
Allen D. Rushton
Ann Atkinson and Jane Mobley
Alan K. Zeigler
Sandy Binder and Jane Bennett
Katherine L. Bland and Peggy Vandergrift
Judge and Mrs. Scott Vowell
TH Design, LLC
Rev. Nan L. White and Sam Ballenger
Howard J. Bayless, III
The Crittenden Firm P.C.
Guin Robinson and Tim Parker
Michele Tanner and Dr. Alexa Bourne
Patricia Todd and Jennifer Clark
Sherri and Pete Van Pelt
Ann Wade and Ellen Dossett
Kim Graham Smith
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Bobbie Knight and Gary Burley
Carol Garrison and Julian Banton
Giles Perkins and Hillery Head
Vickie and Jerry Chandler
David M. Loper
Robert Eckinger and Maibeth Porter
Rodney Tucker and Billy Connelley, Jr
Cheri D. Collins
Atlanta Capital Group: Patrick Chitwood, Mark Thompson,
Jeff Shaver, and Pam Stunda
Paul and Ann Rich
Studio C Architecture & Interiors
Alison and Richard Carmody
Bunny and Joel Rotenstreich
Mr. And Mrs. Charles P. Adams, Jr.
Tracy Bell and Wade Bond
Ann Benson and Iris Harrell in honor of Carol Eichelberger and Jean Mills
Jeremy Erdrich and Larry Slater
Todd Harris and Gary Olivieri
James E and Elizabeth S. Key
Elisa Macon/Walton Brown Real Estate
Doylene Sherer and Gene Yates
Wanda Walton and Martha Martin
Jim and Karen Lewis
Leslie and W. Roger Carlisle
William F. Killough III
Terri Johnson and Beth Clarkson
Kevin Lane and Steve Thomas
Phyllis Neill and Holly Jones
Kenzi Rauth and Jodi Smith
David R. Johnson and Phillip Rhodes
George and Eugenia Taylor
Marti and Rebecca Ryan
Janice C. Marlor
Sharon Lovelace Blackburn
Red Mountain Entertainment Group
James D. Sokol and Lydia Cheney
Lisa Harris for Anna Turkett
Linda Askey and Chris Retan
Mary Carter and Michael Coviello
Melanie and Earl Colvin
Bud Gabis and Julie Levinson-Gabis
Karen Haas and Pam Hammond
Heather L. Hood
Laurence and Jodi McDuff
Bill and Kathy McMullen
Sharon E. Shaw
Ann W. Shaw
Kim, Bob, and Scott Spidell
Susan J. Watterson
Rev. Marge Ragona
Four Corners Gallery
Greater Birmingham Ministries
Benny V. Nash
Gerald Glandon and Roberta Shapiro
Jerri and Larry Meisner
Rev. Chip Roush
Gretta Joe Hoggs