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    Photography Exhibit Shines A Light On Homeless LGBT Youth

    This eye-opening photography exhibition opens at the Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in New York City on July 17.

    The museum describes the motivation behind the exhibition:

    It is a view of history told by those who live/lived it within a community often silenced and ignored, but the vision goes beyond visibility. It is about collective memory and conscience, and repositioning queer homeless young people from 'other' to 'our own.' By recognizing the strengths of generations who have survived on the streets and the valuable legacies they have created in our community, this exhibition acts as an intervention. It offers homeless youth a place by grounding them within an empowered history and lineage, honors
    their struggle, and reflects that they matter.

    Take a look at some of the work to be featured:

    The collection will be on exhibit at the Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art.

    It is being presented as part of the All Out Arts Fresh Fruit Festival.