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Gay Bears (Mauritius)
Gay Bears (Mauritius)
A Art/design to summarize the group of bears ( big hairy masculine men) of the LGBTQQI community of Mauritius..
Artist: Mrkash & Madkris
Country Mauritius
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All children of God
All children of God
Silk-screen stencil by youth activist in Zimbabwe
Artist: Tinashe Wakapila
Created: 2013
Country Zimbabwe
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Stand Out?!
Stand Out?!
Silk-screen print from art for activism workshop with queer youth in East London at Fort Hare University
Artist: Lincoln Native Sauls
Created: 2013
Country South Africa
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2 sides of me
2 sides of me
Stanley with his silk-screen stencil
Artist: Stanley Nchena Kaseke
Created: 2013
Country Zambia
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IDAHOT 2013 #2
IDAHOT 2013 #2
Silk-screen print for a march on the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia in Maseru
Artist: Collaborative work
Created: 2013
Country Lesotho
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Refugee Body Map
Refugee Body Map
This body map was developed and produced by a participant at GALA’s 2012 LGBTI refugee and migrant Art for Activism workshop in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Artist: Anonymous
Created: 2012
Country South Africa
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God Loves Queers
God Loves Queers
This print was developed and produced by a participant at GALA’s 2011 Art for Activism workshop in Pretoria, South Africa.
Artist: Anonymous
Created: 2012
Country South Africa
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Transgender
Transgender
Silk-screen print by a group of youth activist in Harare
Artist: Collaborative work
Created: 2013
Country Zimbabwe
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We are all transgender
We are all transgender
Silk-screen print from art for activism workshop with queer youth in East London at Fort Hare University
Artist: Phiwe Masiko
Created: 2013
Country South Africa
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Queer East London!
Queer East London!
Art for activism workshop with queer youth in East London at Fort Hare University
Artist: Collaborative work
Created: 2013
Country South Africa
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Love Peace Accept
Love Peace Accept
Silk-screen print
Artist: Thuli Mathabela
Created: 2012
Country South Africa
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IDAHOT 2013 #1
IDAHOT 2013 #1
Silk-screen print for a march on the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia in Maseru
Artist: Collaborative work
Created: 2013
Country Lesotho
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Let's Love Each Other
Let's Love Each Other
This print was developed and produced by a participant at GALA’s 2011 Art for Activism workshop in Pretoria, South Africa.
Artist: Anonymous
Created: 2012
Country South Africa
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The Revolution Will Not be Tweeted
The Revolution Will Not be Tweeted
This print was developed and produced by a participant at GALA’s 2011 Art for Activism workshop in Pretoria, South Africa.
Artist: Anonymous
Created: 2012
Country South Africa
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Black/OUT
Black/OUT
This print was developed and produced as part of GALA’s 2011 Art for Activism workshop in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Artist: Denise
Created: 2011
Country South Africa
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