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Coca-Cola to Receive the Business Leadership Award at Cielo Gala
(New York, NY) The Coca-Cola Company will receive the prestigious Business Leadership Award from the Latino Commission on AIDS at the organization first-ever virtual Cielo gala on October 28, 2020, in recognition of the company's sustained efforts to end the AIDS ...

Dr. Anthony Fauci To Receive Hope Award From Latino Commission On AIDS
(New York, NY). The Latino Commission on AIDS announced today that Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) at the National Institutes of Health, will receive its esteemed Esperanza (Hope) Award at its annual Cielo gala, ...

National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day 2020 "Ending HIV is at Your Fingertips"
New York, September 8, 2020- October 15th is National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD) and we are kicking off this year's campaign by sharing with you the 2020 poster series. NLAAD brings together Hispanic/Latinx communities and service providers, and organizations providing services ...

National Hispanic/Latinx Health Leadership Network Releases Federal Health Policy Agenda "Our Health, Our Future"
New York, NY September 9, 2020-The National Hispanic/Latinx Health Leadership Network is proud to share the first ever community driven federal health policy agenda. The health policy agenda was finalized through a community participatory process in 2020...

Zero Homophobia Campaign in its Second-Year Run for an inclusive and diverse Community
LGBTQIA+ people continue to be vulnerable to persecution, discrimination, bullying and ill-treatment. The recent vicious killing of transgender individuals in Puerto Rico attests that, even during the coronavirus ...

Empowering Hispanics to Learn How to Prevent Viral Hepatitis
New York, April 20, 2020- May 15th is National Hispanic Hepatitis Awareness Day (NHHAD). NHHAD's campaign brings together Hispanic/Latinx communities and service providers, and organizations providing services to Hispanic ...

Successful National Hispanic/Latinx Health Leadership Summit in Washington D.C. March 2 & 3, 2020
Washington DC, April 6, 2020- The National Hispanic/Latinx Health Leadership Network held a successful first ever community driven health policy agenda-setting summit this past March 2-3 in Washington, DC. The participants had the opportunity to look at the ...

The Commission's Response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
New York, NY, March 16, 2020- The impact of Coronavirus Disease 19 (COVID-19) has been overwhelming worldwide. The Latino Commission on AIDS is taking precautions and shifting our work to protect our staff, partners and community members while continuing providing services. We want to make sure that everyone is ...

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