Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Exploring Available Resources for AI/AN LGBTQ2-S HIV Prevention

This webinar will present products, campaigns and programs developed for American Indian and Alaska Native LGBTQ2-S communities. These resources are free and can be adapted by tribes, local Native health programs and community-based organizations to combat stigma, promote awareness and HIV testing, and encourage more equitable community norms.

Presenters: National Native American AIDS Prevention Center; Project Red Talon, Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board; and the Office of Minority Health

June 25, 3 pm EDT
Join the live event (Pre-registration is not required.)

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