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Latinos in the deep South logo Erik Valera
evalera@latinoaids.org
Program Director

Alabama Roundtable

DATE:
February 21, 2008
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m


LOCATION:
Renaissance Montgomery Hotel & Spa
201 Tallapoosa Street
Montgomery


DESCRIPTION:
Service providers, outreach workers, advocates, government officials academics, pastors and journalists will meet to learn about and discuss the state of prevention and care services for Latino residents of Alabama. Models of successful programs in Alabama and elsewhere will be presented, and participants will be invited to share their ideas for how to build a long-term strategy for meeting the needs of this population.

Statewide Roundtable:
Alabama has experienced a rapid increase in its Latino population in recent years. AIDS provider agencies are struggling to formulate appropriate...

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REPORT:
Click here to read the report of Latinos in the Deep South in Alabama.


SPONSORED BY:
• Latino Commission on AIDS/Latinos in the Deep South
• Alabama Department of Public Health HIV/AIDS Division & Office of Minority Health
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