Sunday at 11
I grew up in the American South. Sunday church service at 11 a.m. was the backbone of my upbringing. It still is. Rain or shine, we were there. As I got older, the presence of homo-negativity coming out of the pulpit from many black churches began to mitigate some of those effects in the institution of church itself, not in my beliefs. I moved to Harlem since 2007 and have not found a new church home even with over 400 churches in a 3.626 km² area. Sunday at 11 is still one of the most segregated hours in America. There are still aspects in society that have not brought people of different backgrounds into the same pews.
Sam Anthony • Daniela Conde Quinones • Hannah Dunsmore • Lucy Hunter • Gaby Matias-Valencia • Josh Murfitt • Debbie Naylor • Terrence Phearse • Hazel Vint • Tom Whelehan • Wo Xinyue •