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Tyler Perry Studios Will Have Space For LGBTQ Youth & Homeless Women

In a recent interview with Gayle King, Tyler Perry revealed that his Atlanta based studio would house LGBTQ youth, homeless and trafficked women and girls.

His vision is to have a place “where they’re [LGBTQ youth & homeless women and girls] trained in the business and they become self-sufficient, they live in nice apartments, there’s daycare”.

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He continued by saying, “There’s all of these wonderful things that allows them to re-enter society and then pay it forward again”.

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