How Young People Are Creating Technology to End LGBTQ Youth Homelessness
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As someone who has experienced homelessness, I feel it is my duty to pull others up with me. Not duty as in, “I have to,” but duty as in “I want to.” True Fellow Anthony Anderson is using technology to … Read More

And the Winner of the 40 to None Summit Challenge Is…
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We’re excited to announce the winner of the 2017 40 to None Summit Challenge – which gives one lucky 40 to None Network member free registration to our annual Summit! Tyler Harmon, Project Coordinator of the Veterans First Program at Friendship Place in … Read More

We’re Training Every Houston/Harris County Service Provider on LGBT Inclusion
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Meeting people where they’re at. One person at a time. It’s a pretty simple idea: When service providers are welcoming, inclusive, and safe for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth, young people are more likely to get the support … Read More

These 6 Young Advocates are Working to End LGBTQ Youth Homelessness
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Working together to find a solution. Woke – To be aware of the facts, especially those related to civil and human rights; The past tense of wake. It’s 2017 and most of us are trying to stay WOKE on the regular. This … Read More

We’re Totally Geeking Out Over This White House Announcement
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In the lead up to the President’s historic visit to South by Southwest (SXSW) this week, The White House announced the launch of “The Opportunity Project,” a new effort to put public data and digital tools in the hands of communities … Read More

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