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  • NYC LATINO HEALTH ADVOCACY DAY: On Feb. 17th, more than 50 organizations discussed health disparities within Latinos.
  • Dr. Mary Basset, Commissioner, NYC Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, opens the briefing discussing health equality.
  • Dr. Mary Bassett engaging attendees on New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene’s goals
  • Dr. Daskalakis speaks to the work done in the city to engage communities in the governor’s plan to End the AIDS by 2020.
  • Javier Lopez from the newly formed Center for Health Equity, New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene.
  • Mirtha Colon, President, Hondurans Against AIDS, sharing information on the work being done with the Garifuna Community.
  • Gonzalo Mercado, President, Staten Island Community Job Center speaking to the needs of Latinos in Staten Island.
  • Ernesto Loperena, President, NY Council on Adoptable Children and Latino Commission’s board member.
  • Justin Toro from the Adolescent AIDS Program at Montefiore sharing his experience working with youth at risk for HIV.
  • Luis Scaccabarrozzi, Health Policy & Advocacy Director, Latino Commission on AIDS.
  • Saide Calixto from Mixteca sharing information about reaching out to the Mexican affected by lack of access to services.
  • Daniel Leyva, Religious Leadership Program Coordinator, Latino Commission on AIDS.
  • Participants engaged and listening to speakers at the Third Annual Latino Health Advocacy briefing.
  • Participants engaged in networking and opportunities to collaborate at the end of the briefing.
  • Participants engaged in networking and opportunities to collaborate at the end of the briefing.
  • Participants engaged in networking and opportunities to collaborate at the end of the briefing.
  • Participants fraternizing at the end of the briefing.
  • Folder prepared for the briefing. To request a copy, please email Luis Scaccabarrozzi, LScaccabarrozzi@latinoaids.org.
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