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Reunion Latina

Addressing stigma, advancing public health; working together to end health disparities

Reunion Latina 2020 Postponed

After carefully assessing the current Coronavirus Outbreak and in consultation with city and state health officials, we make the difficult decision to postpone Reunion Latina scheduled for March 19 and 20. We will keep you posted on the future date.

If you have already paid for your registration, please contact Omari Thompson via email at to process your full reimbursement. Any other questions or concerns about Reunion Latina do not hesitate to contact Luciano Reberte via email at

Reunion Latina 2020
About Reunion Latina

The Latino Commission on AIDS has hosted Reunion Latina since 1996 and has provided a space for providers and stakeholders to discuss ways to improve services, share strategies on how to overcome health challenges, unify our efforts to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic, address viral Hepatitis and STIs and craft a common vision to eliminate health disparities in Latino communities.

The two-day training institute will feature a combination of panel presentations, workshops and institutes that will explore the use of PrEP and nPEP as prevention tools against HIV, the management of HIV as a chronic disease, linking clients to treatment and care. Likewise, the institute will cover other health conditions affecting Latino communities such as viral hepatitis, STIs, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer and asthma.

This training is suitable for health care providers, nurses, outreach workers, case managers, people living with HIV, community leaders, elected officials, health department representatives and anyone interested in advancing the health conditions of the Latino communities.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Reunion Latina provides an opportunity to showcase the commitment of your organization to the well being of the communities of color, meet potential partners, and reach to service providers and their clients. Your sponsorship makes possible to grant scholarships to people with HIV/AIDS who want to get involved in the community and make some change – and we need your help to ensure that we can bring as many of them to the training institute.



Limited scholarships are available for people living with HIV who are residents of New York State and are actively involved in the HIV/AIDS field.
Application deadline is JANUARY 31st @ 11pm. Please note that submitting an application does not guarantee scholarship acceptance. Candidates for scholarships are chosen by the Statewide Workgroup of the Planning Committee for Reunion Latina. Any questions please contact Luciano Reberte at 212-675-3288 or

Existen becas para gente viviendo con VIH que son residentes del estado de New York y estan activamente envueltos en el campo del VIH/SIDA. La fecha límite para enviar su solicitud es el 31 de ENERO a las 11pm. Es importante comunicar que la sumisión de beca no necesariamente garantiza la entrega de ella. Las becas son determinadas por el Grupo de Planeación de Reunión Latina. Cualquier pregunta por favor contactarse con Luciano Reberte al 212-675-3288 or

Come Back for Registration!

Registration Fee: $150
Registration includes all written conference materials, two continental breakfast, two box lunches and one dinner/celebration.

Cancellation Policy:
Refunds will be processed for cancellation on or before 7 business days of the conference; subject to a $25 administrative fee.


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What attendees have to say about Reunion Latina

I learned stategies in how HIV can be taught inside of communities of faith, no just in health centers. I learned that we Latinas are disproportionately impacted by HIV.
Alicia Vasquez Peer Educator
All workshops are facilitated in a friendly, safe and confidential environment. I feel connected with the information I receive and I value the expertise of the presenters.
Oscar Rodolfo Alas Volunteer
Reunion Latina has provided a forum to expose the challenges and needs of transgender individuals; an opportunity to communicate their quest for acceptance, validation and presence.
Michele Sosa Activist


The Kimmel Center at NYU; in the heart of downtown Manhattan

The Kimmel Center @ NYU
60 Washington Square S
New York, NY 10012
Web: Kimmel Center

Subway: Take the A/C/E, B/D/F trains to West 4th/Washington Square, the N/R to 8th Street or the Q to Union Square, or the 4/5/6 to Union Square or the 6 to Astor Place. Car parking is very limited; we strongly encourage public transit.

Kimmel Center

General sponsors

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