2012 National African American MSM Leadership Conference on HIV/AIDS and other Health Disparities
NAESM mission is to provide national and local leadership to address the myriad of health and wellness issues confronted by black gay men through advocacy, services, and education. The Conference theme "Forward Together: Engaging Our Future Leaders" centers around engaging the youth and young adults to continue the work and conversation as it relates to all facets of HIV/AIDS and other health disparities that affect African American MSM. However, more importantly the conference will pay homage to and celebrate the memory of Dr. Mark A. Colomb a long standing supporter and a strong advocate in the health disparities arena for African American men. Dr. Colomb was the founder and CEO of My Brother’s Keeper up until his death March 24, 2011.
New Orleans, LA United States
01/19/2012 - 01/22/2012
National AIDS Education & Services for Minorities, Inc. (NAESM).
For more information, contact NAESM, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: (404) 691-8880; Fax: (404) 691-8811; or access the Web site: http://www.naesm.org/.
Early registration deadline: November 12, 2011. Online registration available at: http://www.naesm.org/?page_id=589.
African Americans/Blacks Health Disparities HIV/AIDS Men Who Have Sex with Men
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