In the past few months, Washington D.C. has seen a rise in the number homeless LGBT youth. Metro Weekly’s Justin Stewart talks with several locals youths, as well as Earline Budd and Brian Watson, of Transgender Health Empowerment. about the problem — and at least one solution provided by The Wanda Alston House and its drop-in center.
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