In honor of Latinx. a.e.o / Hispanic Heritage Month, SPOKE, Connected Boston and Multicultural Aids Coalition will present a hybrid discussion panel on arts and the health equity gap in the Latinx. a.e.o / Hispanic community.
This event will occur online (Zoom) and in person at 844 Summer Street in South Boston on September 27th at 6 p.m. (see below for details)
We invite you to join us for a delicious Latine dinner during the panel generously sponsored by Fenway Health Institute and GLAD. We will be joined by four great panelists:
Consumer and Community Artist
Stan Flores (JRI Health)
Provider Case Manager
Danny Ochoa (Project Shine)
Consumer. Provider and Artist
Community-Based Program Coordinator
- Arts as a way of healing = The role arts can play in our lives as a healing mechanism. Arts and HIV
- Health Benefits = Are we taking full advantage of the benefits?
- New Treatments = New Trends and Medications HIV/AIDS
- Treatment Resistance
- New Infection Rates among Latines
- HIV / Peer Support
- U = U / Medicine as Prevention
When: 6:00 PM | September 27, 2023
If you can join us in person, RSVP with Raymond J. Rodriguez by emailing him at [email protected] or call/text him at 774-225-5366.
If you are not able to join us in person, please join us on Zoom using the following link:
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 822 9669 5686
Sponsors and Contributors
Work by Domingo Barreres
JUMBLE, Mixed Media 45″ x 39″ 2023 (Image courtesy of the artist)