API and LGBTQ Meet in “Our Portraits, Our Families”

In a rare instance of twofold advocacy, MoCA is hosting a group photography exhibition that presents LGBTQ narratives contextualized within the Asian American family. SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson attended the opening event, and brings you the story.

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