Hosted by the NYU Wagner Global Health Alliance and co-sponsored by the Asian Pacific American Student Alliance (APASA), Alliance of Latino and Latin American Students (ALAS), and Wagner Students Alliance for Africa (WSAFA)

In recognition of Global AIDS Day, we welcome you to attend a panel discussion featuring the incredible work of various organizations in New York City providing HIV/AIDS programs and services for immigrant communities.  Panelists will speak about the populations their clients represent, the programs they offer and the challenges they face in regards to culture, language, and access to services in relation to other issues related to the diversity of their client population. Join us and recognize Global AIDS right here at home by celebrating the missions of these remarkable organizations. Refreshments provided.

 

Featuring: 

- Amanda Lugg, Community Advocate & Program Coordinator, African Services Committee
-  Javier Ramirez-Baron, New York Immigrant AIDS Link Program, Aid for AIDS International
- Nathaly Rubio-Torio, LMSW, Executive Director and Co-founder, Voces Latinas
- Larry Tantay, Community Health Education Coordinator, Asian Pacific Islander Coalition on HIV/AIDS (APICHA)

Moderated by Sally Guttmacher, Professor of Health Studies, Steinhardt School of Public Health