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Featured employee Mauro Julca has two gifts: humbleness and charisma. And he has used both to build a leadership style rarely seen: he prefers to work behind curtains and make sure that the “engine” of whatever he is involved with is running fine.
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Reunion Latina 2015 - Online Registration Now Available!
New York, NY, January 14, 2015 - Registrations for Reunion Latina 2015 is open for both participants and scholarship applications. This annual training insti... 
History Was Made in NYC's World AIDS Day Events:
A showing of Commitment

New York, NY. December 3nd, 2014. Historic and groundbreaking work was done this year in World AIDS Day events throughout New York City—o... 
A Need to continue to Advocate for Vulnerable Communities: LGBTQ undocumented Immigrants
New York, New York. November 24, 2014– While we don’t know the details of President Obama's executive action, we do know that it will likely protect the... 
President Obama Brings Relief to Immigrants’ Families
Congress must act to pass a humane and fair immigration reform

New York, New York, November 21, 2014- The Latino Commission on AIDS applauds the decision of President Obama to halt deportations and detentions that tear a... 
Ebola & HIV Stigma: Facts and Lessons Learned
New York, NY, October 31, 2014 — The Latino Commission on AIDS is releasing the report “Ebola & HIV Stigma: Facts and Lessons Learned” to better unde... 
The Global Health Wanderer
By Emily Klukas, MPH
While in-flight magazines are not always thought of as the highlight of the journey, I have grown to slightly look forward to the 15 minutes post take off where I am not yet allowed to turn on my ... 
HIV-Positive and in Denial
By David Fawcett, PhD, LCSW
Q: My husband is HIV-positive. I found out about it five years ago, but he refuses to see a doctor to maintain his health. Recently he broke out with a bad case of shingles. He’s co... 

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HIV Testing (EIS)
Free, Confidential HIV Rapid Testing. Results obtained in minutes. Pre and post test counseling session.
Instituto de Salud y Educación sobre Tratamientos
A four days training in Spanish about HIV/AIDS prevention, transmission, treatment, and related health topics.
Hands United
Assisting community-based organizations in targeting, developing and sustaining HIV prevention programs for vulnerable populations.
A peer and network based intervention targeting gay and bisexual men in the New York metro area.
National Latino AIDS Awareness Day promotes HIV testing and prevention education nationwide.
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What you need to know about HIV/AIDS.
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HIV/AIDS among Latinos
Recent data about rates of infection in the Latino community in the U.S.
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Research articles about education and prevention of HIV/AIDS in the
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