Same-sex couples gaining the right to marry in Canada is one of many topics that will be included in the inaugural exhibits of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, being built in Winnipeg.
To present the topic of same-sex marriage to future museum visitors, the museum is inviting same-sex couples from across Canada to share their photos and stories.
Photos will be selected that represent the diversity of same-sex couples and their experiences from all across Canada. Photos must be of good quality and suitable for enlargement. All photos submitted will be treated with care and respect. It is anticipated that most photos will be submitted in digital format. However, printed images also may be submitted for copying. All original print photos will be returned to the owner.
For further information, to submit photos online or to download the form to submit printed photos, visit the Canadian Museum for Human Rights "Call for Photos" webpage.
Submission deadline: March 15, 2013.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is envisioned to be a national and international destination, a centre of learning where Canadians and people from around the world can engage in discussion and commit to taking action against hate and oppression. The museum's inauguration will take place in 2014.