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The Commission's Best Pictures of 2022
New York, NY, January 30, 2023 - The Latino Commission on AIDS and the Hispanic Health Network condemn the horrific murder of Tyre Nichols by Memphis Police officers. We stand in solidarity with Tyre's family and the Memphis community, and grieve with them during these difficult times...

The Commission's Best Pictures of 2022
New York, NY, December 27, 2022 - As another year comes to a close, let's take a look back at some visuals of 2022 that illustrate the tireless work of the Latino Commission on AIDS and its partners...

Highlights of 2022: a letter from the President of the Commission.
New York, NY, December 22, 2022 - With the year-end upon us, we pause to reflect on 2022 and celebrate our successes, all of which were made possible by the dedicated work of our staff, the resilience of our communities and the support of donors like you. As we look ahead to the work that remains to build a better future for all of us...

The Commission Statement in Solidarity with Drag Artists
Durham, NC, November 30, 2022 - - On the heels of the 2022 Zero Transphobia Campaign and this eve of World AIDS Day, many of us still are grieving and reeling from the deaths and injuries at Club Q. Still, the Latino Commission on AIDS is taking a necessary and proud stance with the drag community...

Latino Commission Employees Featured in The POZ 100: Celebrating Latino Advocates
New York, NY, November 15, 2022 - This year, the 2022 POZ 100 list is recognizing Latino advocates who have made exemplary contributions to the fight against HIV/AIDS. Among them, eight employees of the Latino Commission on AIDS have received this distinction...

Release of the NYS Hispanic/Latinx Health Action Agenda 2022-2026:
New York, NY, November 3, 2022 - The Hispanic/Latinx NYS leaders have recognized the importance of coming together under the theme "Our Health. Our Future" to address the health challenges the diverse Hispanic/Latinx communities in NYS face...

NYC Latinx Gay Bi and Trans Men Health Rally
New York, NY, October 31, 2022 - The upcoming NYC Latinx Gay Bi and Trans Men Health Rally 2022 will bring together community members, HIV/AIDS service organizations, substance use serving organizations, faith-based communities, and multi-service organizations that serve Latinx Gay, Bi and Trans men...

Reunion Latina Training Institute 2022: A huge success!
New York, NY, September 7 - The in-person Reunion Latina Training Institute took place on September 1 and 2, 2022, in Albany at the Hilton Albany Hotel. The regional event gathered HIV/AIDS organizations, faith-based communities, substance use organizations, and other public health and multi-service organizations serving Hispanic/Latinx communities ...

Puerto Rico/Hispanic/Latinx Health Leadership Institute at USCHA 2022
San Juan, PR, October 6, 2022 - The institute will bring together providers, community advocates, researchers, and public health officials concerned about the health challenges faced by Puerto Ricans/Hispanics/Latinx...

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