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and is a member of the Board of Trustees for Latin American Youth Center, Washington, D.
The new campaign aims to reduce the alarming statistics around teen pregnancy, sexual health, STDs and HIV/AIDS, domestic violence and child abuse among Latin American youth.
Now is the time for Latin American youth to build their sense of citizenship and become adults in a more inclusive region where they are the leaders of a new kind of progress.
The three-year grants were awarded to: (1) Northwest Buffalo Community Center (NY), in partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of Northtowns of WNY and Huntington Learning Center; (2) Southwest Florida Workforce Development Board, in partnership with McCREL, AIR, and Si2; (3) the Latin American Youth Center (DC); (4) Santa Ana Unified School District (CA), in partnership with THINK Together; and (5) Albuquerque Public Schools (NM), in partnership with Advantage Tutoring, Rio Grande Educational Collaborative, and Youth Development Incorporated.
CANADA: Many Latin American youths intending to attend World Youth Day 2002 in Toronto are being denied Canadian visas.
Huron teaches radio production classes to children in an after-school program at the Latin American Youth Center in Washington, D.
Latin American Youth Center, Washington, DC This center promotes the personal, social, educational, and economic development of youths in the heart of the Latino community in Washington, DC, serving young people from over 40 countries.
Kaplan, executive director of the Latin American Youth Center, an agency here that serves 5,000 mostly Latino and Vietnamese youths and their families.