Young, LGBTQ and Homeless

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Date(s) - 04/19/2017
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

George Washington University - Jack Morton Auditorium

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Join us for Friendship Place’s annual Education and Advocacy Symposium:

Young, LGBTQ and Homeless


Wednesday, April 19, 2017 | 6PM – 8PM

George Washington University Jack Morton Auditorium

805 21st Street, NW, Washington, DC

Cost: Free!


This year’s discussion will center around the local and national challenges of homelessness among LGBTQ Youth, and what organizations like Friendship Place are doing to ensure these individuals have a place to call home.



Moderator: Ray Suarez, Former Host of Al Jazeera America’s Inside Story and PBS Newshour

Featured speakers include:

Timothy V. Kane, MDiv, MTh, Associate Director of Inclusion Initiatives, Multicultural Student Services Center, George Washington University

Leandrea D. Gilliam, Program Analyst & Housing Specialist, Office of the Mayor

Sean Read, Director of the Welcome Center, Friendship Place

Diego Miguel Sanchez, APR, Director of Policy, PFLAG

Kahlib Barton, Vice Chair, Young Black Gay Mens Leadership Initiative , and Member, National Youth Forum on Homelessness

Questions: email Zack Tobler,

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