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Blog Talk Radio: Exploring the Impact of HIV and Domestic Violence Among Immigrant Latinas

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Friday, March 10, 2017, 01:00PM

Friday, March 10, 2017 1pm-1-:30pm Central Time

In observance of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we are hosting an intimate conversation with Voces Latinas, a cultural specific non-profit organization that works at the intersections of HIV and domestic violence for immigrant Latina women in Jackson Heights, New York. For Voces, the impact of HIV and domestic violence is at the core of their work; it is the reason they exist, and the ending of both epidemics is what fuels the team.

Learning objectives:

- Identify a minimum of two talking points to explain the intersection of HIV and domestic violence

- Identify a minimum of one cultural strategy to work with immigrant Latinas to address the intersection of HIV and domestic violence

- Engage in sustainability, program development, and outreach strategies dialogue with a Latina leader and founder of Voces Latinas.

Listen live here.

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Casa de Esperanza