Pandemics, Politics, and Progress: A Discussion about HIV/AIDS Across Generations and Communities
June 15th, at 5:30 pm Eastern
Moderator Cathy Renna (Communications Director, National LGBTQ Task Force) and panel members will examine media approaches in the HIV and LGBTQ+ advocacy spaces through an intersectional and intergenerational lens. Panelists will share their experiences and how their advocacy translates to action. The National LGBTQ Task Force is partnering with AIDS United to learn more about how different communities continue to experience the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
This webinar discussion will have ASL and Spanish-English interpretation.
- [Moderator] Cathy Renna (she/her), Communication Director, National LGBTQ Task Force
- Moisés Agosto-Rosario (he/him), Director of Treatment for NMAC, formerly known as the National Minority AIDS Council
- Dominique Morgan (she/her), Executive Director of The Okra Project and Black and Pink National
- Kenyon Farrow (he/him), Managing Director of Advocacy & Organizing of PrEP4All
- Charles Sanchez (he/him), Performer, Musical Director, Director, and writer for WritingRaw.com and HuffPost's Queer Voices
- Deondre B Moore (he/him), Prevention Access Campaign
- Keiva Lei K. Cadena (she/her), Director of Harm Reduction Services & Community Engagement at Kumukahi Health & Wellness
This conversation is part of the National LGBTQ Task Force's Creating Change 365 series.