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Casa Ruby: Changing Lives in the LGBTQ Community

By Jalyn Stovall, Howard University News Service
On April 19, 2017

Photo courtesy: Casaruby.org

Tucked away in a nondescript dwelling in Northwest Washington, DC, sits a home that’s become haven for members of the LGBTQ community. It’s called “Casa Ruby,” named after its founder, Ruby Corado. NewsVision’s Jalyn Stovall spoke to Ruby about her mission to help change lives.

 

Howard University News Service is a free wire service that delivers print and broadcast news stories to NNPA member newspapers on issues pertaining to minority communities. Video and print stories are produced by senior-level journalism students in the Howard University School of Communication's Department of Media, Journalism and Film, and are edited by professional journalists/professors in the department. The news service covers national and local events in and around the Washington area, including Congress and the White House.

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