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1. Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Homeless Youth (internal link)
Abstract: Through a comprehensive review of available academic research and professional literature, this report looks at why so many GLBT youth become and stay homeless, and looks at their experiences in the shelter system as well as critical problems affecting them including mental health issues, substance abuse and risky sexual behavior.
Resource Type: Data, Article



2. Queers for Economic Justice (external link)
Abstract: Through community speak-outs and panel discussions, QEJ works to bring issues of queer poverty and economic injustice into the spotlight. The website contains news and information about their work, upcoming workshops and events, and links to services for LGTB and poor people.
Resource Type: Website



3. State of New York's Homeless Youth, 2005 (external link)
Abstract: This detailed report provides information on the homeless youth living in NYC. Issues it covers include: alternatives to incarceration, education, housing, HIV and AIDS, medical care, legal issues, substance abuse, and more
Resource Type: Article



4. The Gay and Lesbian Atlas (external link)
Abstract: Drawing on the most recent data from the U.S. Census, this groundbreaking work offers a detailed geographic and demographic portrait of gay and lesbian families in all 50 states plus the top 25 U.S. metropolitan areas. These results, presented in more than 250 full-color maps and charts, will both confirm and challenge anecdotal information about the spatial distribution and demographic characteristics of this community.
Resource Type: Book




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K. Wayne Yang
2007 Panelist
Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies
UCSD
Co-Founder
East Oakland Community High School