Living in Limbo
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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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If you are interested in hosting an installation of Living in Limbo: Lesbian Families in the Deep South, photographs by Carolyn Sherer, please contact Living in Limbo here or click here for more information

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Birmingham Civil Rights Institute:

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Opening Reception of Living in Limbo exhibition at BCRI, A. Michelle Clemon, Esq., BCRI Board Chair 2012; Carolyn Sherer, Photographer; Lajuana Bradford, BCRI Board Chair 2013 to Present

West Hollywood Library:

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Living in Limbo participants and supporters gather for the opening of the photography exhibition at the West Hollywood Library



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