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Food, fun, drinks, entertainment, and important information related to HIV/AIDS. It’s a combination that Latinos Salud has put together for its latest DiversiSAFE – Saturday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. at the Miami Tower’s Sky Lobby and Terrace, 100 SE 2 St.
Ten years and running for any organization is worthy of a moment to pause to appreciate the milestone.
Latinos Salud, a local non-profit providing HIV prevention, testing, counseling and linkage services, celebrated their 5th anniversary with two events this month. The agency’s Anniversary Bash was held at Georgie’s Alibi on January 24th.
Limited staff and resources mean that Latinos Salud can only do so much to fight South Florida’s HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Latinos Salud — a safe space for LGBT Latinos seeking to find friends, support and resources related to HIV testing, treatment and prevention options — is holding a series of events starting this week that will serve as fundraising efforts for the 2018 Florida AIDS Walk, scheduled for March 18.
Miami-Dade and Broward counties rank first and second in the nation in new HIV infections. Among the most at risk are gay Latinos, many from Nicaragua, Dominican Republic and Honduras, where there is a deficiency in sex education. It’s for this reason Latinos Salud was formed in 2008 to create a safe space for gay Latinos and provide them with much-needed education, support and resources.
Hundreds of the local LGBT community's movers and shakers attended Latinos Salud's annual networking, social and community event, DiversiSAFE, Saturday, Nov. 18 at the Miami Tower.
Executive Director of Latinos Salud talks HIV
When I walked into the Wilton Manors office for Gaymer Night, I settled in at a folding table behind one of the couches with a view of projection screens. An ongoing battle of Super Smash Bros played out on one, and an abandoned Persona 4 Arena select screen looped on the other. An eight- or 10-person round of Cards Against Humanity was already in progress.