The exhibition Pride, Activism, Survival illustrates and documents the history and struggles of the LGBTQ Latino community from the 1990s through the present.
The collection of photographs by four artists Luis Carle, Reyes Melendez, Rodriguez Calero, Ruben Natal -San Miguel present a nostalgic look at the history of a long difficult social struggle and it is also a poignant reminder of the loss and suffering caused by hate crimes, hidden identities, and the lack of basic rights in the midst of the Aids crisis.
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