HIV/AIDS and Latinos: Resources

Following up on my last post (HIV/AIDS and Latinos in the United States), here are links to just a few of the many resources on HIV/AIDS and the Latino/Hispanic community in the US.  If you have others to recommend, please mention them in a comment below!

>> Latinos and HIV/AIDS: Kaiser Family Foundation fact sheet
>> Kaiser Network: search results for “Latinos HIV/AIDS”
>> “A Virus Without Borders”: Washington Post special series on AIDS and immigration
>> “AIDS Among Latinos On the Rise”: Washington Post article (July 23, 2008)
         > post discussing the article (with help from David)
>> “CDC: HIV/AIDS Infections Growing Among Latinos”: Segment from NPR’s Tell Me More

Organizations and Reports
>> Latino Commission on AIDS (LCOA)

>> LCOA Report: “The Crisis of HIV/AIDS Among Latinos/Hispanics in United States, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands (also available in Spanish)
>> LCOA Press Release: “Latest CDC Report On HIV Incidence Grossly Excludes Hispanics In 2006, The Fastest Growing Ethnic Population In The United States And Its Territories”
>> Latino/Hispanic AIDS Action Agenda
>> Latino/Hispanic HIV/AIDS Federal Policy Recommendations (also available in Spanish)


~ by h.e.g. on August 31, 2008.

One Response to “HIV/AIDS and Latinos: Resources”

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