New York, NY, November 1, 2022. The Latino Commission on AIDS and the Hispanic Health Network mourn the passing of Rev. Dr. Calvin O. Butts III, a leader who fought tirelessly for social justice. His work and legacy will continue to inspire leaders to follow his example of inclusion and fairness.
Hispanic Heritage Month | National Latinx HIV Awareness Day This episode is dedicated to the Hispanic and Latinx Heritage month. We also observe National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day, October 15, to raise awareness about the impact the HIV epidemic has in these communities. Click here. H=H, the H is for Human, the podcast that
CHECK THE FULL PRESS RELEASE AND MORE INFORMATION ABOUT IT! From the Drug Policy Alliance: Rhode Island Governor Daniel McKee has signed a bill authorizing a two-year pilot program to prevent drug overdoses through the establishment of "harm reduction centers." "Harm Reduction Centers, also called supervised consumption services, supervised injection facilities or overdose prevention
New York, NY, March 25, 2021— Dr. Rachel Levine was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services. The Latino Commission on AIDS and the Hispanic Health Network congratulate Dr. Levine, the first transgender federal official. Dr. Levine a powerful public health leader and a
National Rapid Assessment Report on Institutional impact of COVID-19 among People of Color Community-Based Providers
For Immediate Release (ver versión en español abajo) Contact: Luis Scaccabarrozzi Lscaccabarozzi@latinoaids.org; Aaron Chandler AaronC@blackaids.org; Lance Toma firstname.lastname@example.org National Rapid Assessment Report on Institutional impact of COVID-19 among People of Color Community-Based Providers New York, NY, February 22, 2020 - We are proud to release the Final Report of the National Rapid Assessment on the Institutional Impact of COVID-19 on Organizations Providing