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Youth voices thrive in Facilitating Leadership in Youth


, : Youth voices thrive in Facilitating Leadership in Youth. New Directions for Youth Development: 109-16, 12

In inner-city Washington, D.C., lives a generation of young people for whom violence, discrimination, and poverty are a daily reality. Out-of-school-time programming by Facilitating Leadership in Youth provides youth with comprehensive support and services, trusting relationships, and gradually increasing leadership opportunities to elicit positive community change.

US$19.90

PMID: 18271046

DOI: 10.1002/yd.238


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