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Foster youth film: AMERICA'S MOST UNWANTED LGBTQ fosters

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Published on Apr 28, 2012

LGBTQ foster youth have it especially hard in foster care where many homes have strong religious tendencies and homophobia is accepted!

http://www.mostunwantedfilm.org. please, SUBSCRIBE to find out about screenings and learn more about LGBTQI foster youth! We send out about 4-6 messages a year with stories from the system. AMERICA'S MOST UNWANTED is a film finished in 2012 that provides a candid and intimate glance at the lives of foster youth in California.

This inspirational expose will inspire empty-nesters to become foster parents, politicians to change policy and foster youth supporters to feel empowered! America's Most Unwanted is a candid short film about 3 queer youth who recently emancipated from foster care and their stories of homophobia in care, resiliency and survival. With '1/2 of foster youth homeless, 1/3 on welfare and 1/3 in prison within 2 years of leaving foster care', America's Most Unwanted is a call to action to the LGBQTI community who struggles to make a family. Thousands of foster youth await your call.

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