Journeys of Faith tells the stories of members of the LGBTI community and their personal journeys in reconciling their religious (or spiritual) beliefs with their sexuality, gender and identity. The stories come from those in leadership positions within various religious organisations, ordinary people struggling with their faith and identity, as well as religious institutions and organisations that have provided a safe haven for LGBTI members to practise and negotiate their faith. As these journeys relate to sexuality, gender, faith, identity and spiritualty, these are stories of a highly personal nature and therefore, as much as possible, are told through the words of those involved.
This exhibition is a result of the collaboration between Gay & Lesbian Memory in Action (GALA) and the Apartheid Museum, and was made possible by generous funding from the Aids Foundation of South Africa (AFSA).
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