BELOW ARE DESCRIPTIONS OF EACH OF THE EXHBITS
Love Makes a Family: Portraits of LGBTQ People and their Families
Love Makes a Family includes photographs and interviews with families that have lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) members. Through first-person accounts and positive images, this exhibit seeks to challenge and change damaging myths and stereotypes about LGBTQ people and their families and helps dismantle homophobia.
Building Bridges: Portraits of Immigrants and Refugees
Building Bridges includes photographs and interviews with people who have come to the United States as immigrants, refugees, or asylum-seekers from all over the world. The exhibit seeks to challenge damaging myths and stereotypes about immigrants and refugees as a way to prevent bullying and hatred towards this group and to help encourage respect and appreciation for this diverse group of people in the United States.
In Our Family: Portraits of All Kinds of Families
What makes a family and how can we open a dialogue about the meaning of family? This exhibit represents a breadth of diversity and family configurations including: adoptive and foster families, divorced and stepfamilies, single parent households, multiracial families, families facing chronic illness, families living with mental and physical disabilities, lesbian and gay-parented families, interfaith families, multigenerational households, and immigrant families.
Pioneering Voices: Portraits of Transgender People
Pioneering Voices includes photographs and interviews with people of all ages who are transgender and some of their partners and children. Through first-person accounts and positive images, this exhibit seeks to challenge damaging myths and stereotypes about transgender people and to educate people about trans families.
The Road to Freedom: Portraits of People with Disabilities
This powerful exhibit documents, through photographs and text of interviews, the experiences, lives, and families of children, teens, and adults whose lives are affected by the full spectrum of physical, sensory, learning, and mental disabilitiess.
We Have Faith: LGBT Clergy, Allied Clergy, and People of Faith Speak Out
This exhibit explores the experiences of LGBTQ clergy and religious and spiritual leaders - including Christians, Jews and Muslims - as they unite their personal stories and histories with their commitment to peace, justice and civil rights through their work in religious establishments of all kinds..
Of Many Colors: Portraits of Multiracial Families
In a world where race is considered by many to be a formidable barrier between people, these twenty families have bridged that divide through interracial relationships and/or adoption. This exhibit of multiracial families has a great deal to teach about racial identity and racism.
Nothing to Hide: Mental Illness in the Family
These compelling accounts demonstrate strength, courage, integrity, and accomplishment in the face of adversity and stigma — giving people living with mental illness and their families an opportunity to come out of the shadows and into the public eye. Nothing to Hide helps dispel harmful stereotypes, myths, and misconceptions about mental illness.