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In this CLGS Queer & Latinx Faith Conversation we discuss HIV/AIDS in Latinx communities with Carolina Ramos as we also celebrates CLGS’ newest Latinx resource: our LGBTQ+ Latinx Health Guide on HIV/AIDS for Faith Communities!
A native San Diegan currently working at the San Diego LGBT Community Center as a Client Crisis Responder and Community Advocate, Carolina Ramos started as a volunteer for The Center in 1990 and has been a staff member since 2004. She continues to work as an advocate for those living with HIV/AIDS and has developed a curriculum in Spanish for immigrant woman living with HIV that empowers, encourages, and educates them on how to lead healthy lives.
Carolina also currently serves on the sheriff’s advisory committee and, in this role, advocates for inmates who are detained in order to ensure that they are receiving their medication while in custody and that their human rights are being respected. In all of her work, Carolina works to address the health disparities in LGBTQ and Latino communities.
This event was recorded on 14 October 2021.