Creative pieces spoken by queer and trans youth experiencing homelessness, arranged by Jama Shelton and a piece by Alex Abramovich are found in this section.
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- 2. Homeless & Street-Involved Indigenous LGBTQ2S Youth in British Columbia: Intersectionality, Challenges, Resilience & Cues for Action
- 2.1 It’s A Kiki...
- 3. Pathways Into and Out of Homelessness for LGBTQ2S Youth
- 3.1 Ruth Ellis Center Family Preservation Program, Detroit, Michigan
- 4. Discrimination & Mental Health Outcomes of Black Youth Experiencing Homelessness
- 4.1 Central Toronto Youth Services
- 5. The Youth Homelessness Crisis and a Path to End It: Interventions to Better Serve LGBTQ2S Youth Experiencing Homelessness
- 5.1 Youth Wisdom, Harm Reduction & Housing First: RainCity Housing’s Queer & Trans Youth Housing Project
- 5.2 Messy and Magical: A Closer Look at the GLBT Host Home Program
- 5.3 YMCA Sprott House: Creating a Better Space for LGBTQ2S Youth in Toronto
- 5.4 Ozone House: LGBTQ2S Inclusive Emergency Services
- 6. Black Queer Youth, Unstable Housing and Homelessness: Understanding the Impact of Family Conflict, School and Community-Based Violence on Racialized LGBTQ2S Youth
- 6.1 The Black Queer Youth Initiative: Challenging Racism, Stigma & Exclusion
- 6.2 Unapologetic: The Young Black Gay Men’s Leadership Initiative
- 7. Addressing the Vocational Needs of LGBTQ2S Youth Experiencing Homelessness with Supported Employment
- 7.1 LEAP into Action: Preparing LGBTQ2S Youth for the Work Force
- 8. Addressing the Legal Needs of LGBTQ2S Youth Experiencing Homelessness
- 8.1 The Peter Cicchino Youth Project & the Reality of Street-Involved Youth & Youth Experiencing Homelessness in NYC
- 9. Policy into Practice: How Government Can Play a Role in Supporting LGBTQ2S Youth
- 9.1 A Provincial Response to LGBTQ2S Youth Homelessness
- Where Am I Going to Go? Intersectional Approaches to Ending LGBTQ2S Youth Homelessness in Canada & the U.S.
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