Artist draws mural for LGBTQI community

Langwane has collaborated with Bradley Fortuin to celebrate the LGBTQI community with the first ever mural dedicated to them
Langwane has collaborated with Bradley Fortuin to celebrate the LGBTQI community with the first ever mural dedicated to them

FRANCISTOWN: A 29-year-old visual artist, Lincoln Langwane has collaborated with Bradley Fortuin to celebrate the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex (LGBTQI) community with the first ever mural dedicated to them displayed at the Gaborone Main Mall.

According to the talented artist, through the mural they would like to create something that represents the LGBTQI community in a public space to signify freedom, love, power and the beauty that lives in each human soul regardless of the differences through the mural.

Langwane, who is a Bachelor's Degree holder in Humanities (majoring in Theology and English), said in the past the LGBTQI community has been enduring issues such as censorship, discrimination and persecution.

Editor's Comment
A step in the right direction

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