Latin American Youth Center in Adams Morgan : News Photo

Latin American Youth Center in Adams Morgan

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WASHINGTON, D.C., MARCH 1, 2013: Carlos Price, right, who works as the program director at the Latin American Youth Center, collects donations while welcoming guests for the Rainbow Talent Affair event at the center. The event, which is organized by the center's STRIPE group, a gay-lesbian-bisexual-transgender (glbt) support group, brings together gay youth and non gay youth. STRIPE provides an important safe place for glut youth who are particularly vulnerable to bullying at school and violence outside their schools. Because of the possible sequester her non-profit could lose $300,000 in federal funds which is very bad news when is comes down to helping youth at-risk. (Photo by ASTRID RIECKEN For The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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WASHINGTON, D.C., MARCH 1, 2013: Carlos Price, right, who works as the program director at the Latin American Youth Center, collects donations while welcoming guests for the Rainbow Talent Affair event at the center. The event, which is organized by the center's STRIPE group, a gay-lesbian-bisexual-transgender (glbt) support group, brings together gay youth and non gay youth. STRIPE provides an important safe place for glut youth who are particularly vulnerable to bullying at school and violence outside their schools. Because of the possible sequester her non-profit could lose $300,000 in federal funds which is very bad news when is comes down to helping youth at-risk. (Photo by ASTRID RIECKEN For The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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Carlos Price right who works as the program director at the Latin... News Photo 163060342Collection,Donation,Event,Greeting,Guest,Horizontal,Human Interest,USA,Washington DC,WorkingPhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2013 The Washington PostWASHINGTON, D.C., MARCH 1, 2013: Carlos Price, right, who works as the program director at the Latin American Youth Center, collects donations while welcoming guests for the Rainbow Talent Affair event at the center. The event, which is organized by the center's STRIPE group, a gay-lesbian-bisexual-transgender (glbt) support group, brings together gay youth and non gay youth. STRIPE provides an important safe place for glut youth who are particularly vulnerable to bullying at school and violence outside their schools. Because of the possible sequester her non-profit could lose $300,000 in federal funds which is very bad news when is comes down to helping youth at-risk. (Photo by ASTRID RIECKEN For The Washington Post via Getty Images)