Proud to Serve: Portraits of LGBT Vets Zine
Proud to Serve: Portraits of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Veterans is a full color photo zine featuring 65 portraits and stories of LGBT Veterans who served their country in silence or were discharged under the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” law.
For over two years (2008-2010) Jo Ann visited with, photographed and
the stories of 65 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Veterans.
On August 25, 2010, Jo Ann began a twenty-eight day road trip around
the United States, driving 10,167 miles, 31 states from New York to
and back to photograph and record the stories of
46 of the 65 LGBT Veterans featured in Proud to Serve.
Included in the book are a selection of iPhone images of America
taken during Jo Ann's twenty-eight day road trip.
Proud to Serve
has been exhibited in galleries, universities, colleges,
LGBT community centers and on a US Naval base during their first LGBT pride event.
The portraits have been published worldwide and are
in The White House collection of President Barack Obama.
Proud to Serve is dedicated to all the brave service members who served in silence...
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