Levine Museum of the New South opened LGBTQ Perspectives on Equality to the public on July 25, 2014, featuring four exhibits that delve into LGBTQ history and the people responsible for bringing LGBTQ concerns to the fore. The project is the first of its kind in the Charlotte region where, according to the 2010 U.S. Census, more than 2,000 same-sex couples call home; more than 18,000 same-sex couples live in North Carolina. Levine Museum of the New South seeks to provide visitors with the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of the LGBTQ community, broaden cultural competence, and join the larger national discussion around gay rights.
Discover stories, explore connections and join the conversation. Levine Museum presents four exhibits that examine LGBTQ history from national, regional, local and personal perspectives.
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