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"We Are the Youth," an online photographic journalism project that has been documenting portraits and interviews with LGBT youth across America since 2010, has now been printed into a book.
The Center for American Progress has released a new comprehensive report on the experiences of LGBT young people in the workforce and how this group is at a severe disadvantage.
A recently released report shows the severity of LGBT youth homelessness in Chicago and strategizes about what can be done about it.
The Foundation for International Justice, Inc is planning to open Promise Place School, a residential school for homeless LGBT youth in Massachusetts.
Award-winning photographer Rachelle Lee Smith has been photographing portraits of LGBT youth ages 14 to 24 for the past ten years and asking the subjects to write their personal thoughts directly onto the printed photos.
The Rainbow Community in Longview, Washington is a group for local LGBTQ and ally middle and high school students that meets weekly at the Longview Public Library and has already changed the lives of its young members.
California's ban on the use of conversion therapy on LGBT youth will not be challenged or overturned
Jacob Rudolph, GLAAD's Communications and Public Relations Intern and a young LGBT advocate who has already inspired many, gave an empowering speech in front of thousands of people at the NYC Pride Rally to kick off the weekend's pride festivities.
Photos of LGBT youth in Ireland will be showcased for a month at Ireland's National Photographic Archive in a new exhibit called Belonging: Irish Queer Youth.
If you haven't heard of Outcasting, public radio's LGBT youth program, then you're missing out on some of the most honest and accurate representations of LGBT and allied youth in the media.