October 2, 2017

Invisibility and Resistance

The Tucson Jewish History Museum exhibit focuses on contemporary human rights issues.
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Being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender is punishable by death in ten countries. In an effort to expand its mission to include contemporary human rights issues, The Holocaust History Center at the Jewish History Museum in Tucson recently opened “Invisibility and Resistance: Violence Against LGBTQIA+ People.”

The exhibit was introduced at a gallery chat with Tucson’s Poet Laureate, TC Tolbert, who spoke about this ongoing struggle for acceptance and systemic violence toward LGBTQIA+ people.

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