LGBTQ Teens Tell POTUS What They Need [Video]

LGBTQ teens have rights, too.
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The Women’s March on Washington was a huge success, but more action needs to occur.

Listen to what these LGBTQ teens—some who happen to be black, disabled, etc.—have to say about their rights, needs and concerns. Their thoughts are insightful and wise.

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