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
With the Being Visible Report now released, I have been rehashing all the stories we heard over the past two years. As a team, we travelled across seven states, driving through back roads and cities, speaking with everyday people in the community - tienda owners in small-town Louisiana, farm workers
Since the beginning of August, I have been interning at the Latino Commission on AIDS. When I first started working at this organization, I did not know what to expect. It was my first time working in an office setting and I was unsure of how the overall experience would
A haiku for the end of AIDS In honor of our upcoming Congressional briefing to commemorate National Latino AIDS Awareness Day, here is a haiku (or really a tanka) to visualize that end of AIDS. A world without AIDS Hopeful we are for that day Can not rest , just yet Activism and science, both Interconnected