A Road to Home
Stories of Homeless LGBTQ Youth of New York City

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Calvin

I made A Road to Home to give a glimpse of the lives of the estimated 200,000 homeless LGBT kids wandering American streets every night. Often kicked out by their families, they’re lonely and hungry and have no place to lay their heads. But our film shows they have the same hopes and needs we ...Read more

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Dylan

This is an important window into the lives of young people at the edge of society. The LGBTQ youth featured in A ROAD TO HOME could be our neighbors, friends or family... They're just kids pushed to the streets under a variety of desperate circumstances. As this important issue worsens in ...Read more

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