NMAC Since 1987, NMAC has developed leadership within communities of color to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic. NMAC leads with race to urgently fight for health equity and racial justice to end the HIV epidemic in America.
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NMAC was formed in 1987 when the word minority seemed appropriate. In 2015 we would not use the same word. This is also true for AIDS. Discussions in 2015 focus on HIV. The new name is about honoring our past while understanding the power of words and their changing meaning.

The NMAC Training Center is holding virtual community listening sessions to hear more from our constituents on the groun...
11/13/2020

The NMAC Training Center is holding virtual community listening sessions to hear more from our constituents on the ground on what they need.
The next one is Thursday, Nov. 19, for residents of Cuyahoga County, Ohio at 6:00 PM ET.
Register at https://buff.ly/3pkn0L7
For more information, contact [email protected].

ICYMI: The NMAC Training Center is holding virtual community listening sessions to hear more from our constituents on th...
11/12/2020

ICYMI: The NMAC Training Center is holding virtual community listening sessions to hear more from our constituents on the ground on what they need.
The next one is Thursday, Nov. 12, for residents of West Central Florida at 6:00 PM ET.
Register at https://buff.ly/3neSf8f
For more information, contact [email protected].

ICYMI: The NMAC Training Center is holding virtual community listening sessions to hear more from our constituents on th...
11/11/2020

ICYMI: The NMAC Training Center is holding virtual community listening sessions to hear more from our constituents on the ground on what they need.
The next one is Thursday, Nov. 12, for residents of West Central Florida at 6:00 PM ET.
Register at https://buff.ly/3neSf8f
For more information, contact [email protected].

Join the next episode of the COVID-19 Prevention Network's "COVID in Black" discussion series on Thursday at 4:00 PM ET ...
11/11/2020

Join the next episode of the COVID-19 Prevention Network's "COVID in Black" discussion series on Thursday at 4:00 PM ET and 7:00 PM ET.

In his latest blog post, NMAC ED Paul Kawata has some suggestions for the incoming administration.
11/10/2020
To President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris - NMAC

In his latest blog post, NMAC ED Paul Kawata has some suggestions for the incoming administration.

Congratulations on your historic win! Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have seen yet again how much more racial and ethnic minorities are impacted by health emergencies. NMAC looks for your administration to prioritize racial justice and reconciliation. Vice President-elect Harris is uniquely positi...

The NMAC Training Center is holding virtual community listening sessions to hear more from our constituents on the groun...
11/10/2020

The NMAC Training Center is holding virtual community listening sessions to hear more from our constituents on the ground on what they need.

The next one is Thursday, Nov. 12, for residents of West Central Florida at 6:00 PM ET.

Register at https://buff.ly/3neSf8f

For more information, contact [email protected].

This year, #GivingTuesday is Dec. 1, the same day as World AIDS Day. It’s a perfect time to show your support of NMAC wi...
11/10/2020

This year, #GivingTuesday is Dec. 1, the same day as World AIDS Day. It’s a perfect time to show your support of NMAC with a donation.

Your donation helps to support programming for our constituents like the 50+ Strong & Healthy program that helps to train leaders in the fight against HIV and provide essential opportunities to meet and connect with their communities.

You can make a donation at https://buff.ly/2CVfFLh.

You can also donate via text! Just text NMAC to 50155.

Join us on #WorldAIDSDay Dec.1 at 6:00 PM for the first NMAC Hill Champion Awards for Minority Health as we honor House ...
11/09/2020

Join us on #WorldAIDSDay Dec.1 at 6:00 PM for the first NMAC Hill Champion Awards for Minority Health as we honor House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with the John Lewis Good Trouble Award and Congresswoman Barbara Lee with the Elijah Cummings Award for Minority Health Equality. Register here: https://buff.ly/3mV9BXP

ICYMI: NMAC has launched the Ending the Epidemics (ETE) Workforce jobs board for the healthcare workforce serving people...
11/06/2020
ete.jobs.net

ICYMI: NMAC has launched the Ending the Epidemics (ETE) Workforce jobs board for the healthcare workforce serving people living with and/or impacted by HIV, COVID-19, STI, viral hepatitis, and other associated illnesses. This job board will host positions from federal partners, health departments, community-based organizations, and advocacy groups. It will include roles for clinicians, board director searches, executive level, experienced professionals, beginning professionals, and interns.

The ETE Workforce is designed to increase diversity and inclusion within the HIV/greater public health workforce. Research suggests today’s workforce does not reflect the communities most impacted by health inequities in the United States. 

NMAC's cover photo
11/05/2020

NMAC's cover photo

Join us on #WorldAIDSDay Dec.1 at 6:00 PM for the first NMAC Hill Champion Awards for Minority Health as we honor House ...
11/05/2020

Join us on #WorldAIDSDay Dec.1 at 6:00 PM for the first NMAC Hill Champion Awards for Minority Health as we honor House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with the John Lewis Good Trouble Award and Congresswoman Barbara Lee with the Elijah Cummings Award for Minority Health Equality. Register here: https://buff.ly/3mV9BXP

NMAC has launched the Ending the Epidemics (ETE) Workforce jobs board for the healthcare workforce serving people living...
11/04/2020
ete.jobs.net

NMAC has launched the Ending the Epidemics (ETE) Workforce jobs board for the healthcare workforce serving people living with and/or impacted by HIV, COVID-19, STI, viral hepatitis, and other associated illnesses. This job board will host positions from federal partners, health departments, community-based organizations, and advocacy groups. It will include roles for clinicians, board director searches, executive level, experienced professionals, beginning professionals, and interns.

The ETE Workforce is designed to increase diversity and inclusion within the HIV/greater public health workforce. Research suggests today’s workforce does not reflect the communities most impacted by health inequities in the United States. 

11/02/2020
ete.jobs.net

NMAC has launched the Ending the Epidemics (ETE) Workforce jobs board for the healthcare workforce serving people living with and/or impacted by HIV, COVID-19, STI, viral hepatitis, and other associated illnesses. This job board will host positions from federal partners, health departments, community-based organizations, and advocacy groups. It will include roles for clinicians, board director searches, executive level, experienced professionals, beginning professionals, and interns.

The ETE Workforce is designed to increase diversity and inclusion within the HIV/greater public health workforce. Research suggests today’s workforce does not reflect the communities most impacted by health inequities in the United States. 

NMAC has launched the Ending the Epidemics (ETE) Workforce jobs board for the healthcare workforce serving people living...
10/30/2020
ete.jobs.net

NMAC has launched the Ending the Epidemics (ETE) Workforce jobs board for the healthcare workforce serving people living with and/or impacted by HIV, COVID-19, STI, viral hepatitis, and other associated illnesses. This job board will host positions from federal partners, health departments, community-based organizations, and advocacy groups. It will include roles for clinicians, board director searches, executive level, experienced professionals, beginning professionals, and interns.

The ETE Workforce is designed to increase diversity and inclusion within the HIV/greater public health workforce. Research suggests today’s workforce does not reflect the communities most impacted by health inequities in the United States. 

10/29/2020
USCHA 2020 Closing Plenary

ICYMI: the Closing Plenary for #2020USCHA.

The Closing Plenary of the 2020 US Conference on HIV/AIDS

NMAC has launched the Ending the Epidemics (ETE) Workforce jobs board for the healthcare workforce serving people living...
10/28/2020
ete.jobs.net

NMAC has launched the Ending the Epidemics (ETE) Workforce jobs board for the healthcare workforce serving people living with and/or impacted by HIV, COVID-19, STI, viral hepatitis, and other associated illnesses. This job board will host positions from federal partners, health departments, community-based organizations, and advocacy groups. It will include roles for clinicians, board director searches, executive level, experienced professionals, beginning professionals, and interns.

The ETE Workforce is designed to increase diversity and inclusion within the HIV/greater public health workforce. Research suggests today’s workforce does not reflect the communities most impacted by health inequities in the United States. 

NMAC has launched the Ending the Epidemics (ETE) Workforce jobs board for the healthcare workforce serving people living...
10/26/2020
ete.jobs.net

NMAC has launched the Ending the Epidemics (ETE) Workforce jobs board for the healthcare workforce serving people living with and/or impacted by HIV, COVID-19, STI, viral hepatitis, and other associated illnesses. This job board will host positions from federal partners, health departments, community-based organizations, and advocacy groups. It will include roles for clinicians, board director searches, executive level, experienced professionals, beginning professionals, and interns.

The ETE Workforce is designed to increase diversity and inclusion within the HIV/greater public health workforce. Research suggests today’s workforce does not reflect the communities most impacted by health inequities in the United States. 

NMAC has launched the Ending the Epidemics (ETE) Workforce jobs board for the healthcare workforce serving people living...
10/23/2020
ete.jobs.net

NMAC has launched the Ending the Epidemics (ETE) Workforce jobs board for the healthcare workforce serving people living with and/or impacted by HIV, COVID-19, STI, viral hepatitis, and other associated illnesses. This job board will host positions from federal partners, health departments, community-based organizations, and advocacy groups. It will include roles for clinicians, board director searches, executive level, experienced professionals, beginning professionals, and interns.

The ETE Workforce is designed to increase diversity and inclusion within the HIV/greater public health workforce. Research suggests today’s workforce does not reflect the communities most impacted by health inequities in the United States. 

Our previously scheduled webinar with Congresswoman Barbara Lee has been confirmed for today at 1:00 Eastern time. Congr...
10/22/2020

Our previously scheduled webinar with Congresswoman Barbara Lee has been confirmed for today at 1:00 Eastern time. Congresswoman Lee will speak about the impact of COVID-19 on funding for the Ending the HIV Epidemic initiative. https://buff.ly/3kcjJtV

10/21/2020
USCHA 2020 Closing Plenary

Due to some technical issues, the plenary platform crashed. You can view the entire plenary on YouTube at https://buff.ly/3m6YSsU. If you want to pick up where it crashed, start at 57:00. We are so sorry for the crash.

The Closing Plenary of the 2020 US Conference on HIV/AIDS

NMAC's cover photo
10/21/2020

NMAC's cover photo

The #2020USCHA Closing Plenary is about to start! You won't want to miss this.
10/21/2020

The #2020USCHA Closing Plenary is about to start! You won't want to miss this.

We're about to start session four of workshops at #2020USCHA! We hope you can join us!
10/21/2020

We're about to start session four of workshops at #2020USCHA! We hope you can join us!

Welcome to the third and final day of #2020USCHA! We hope you've enjoyed the conference!
10/21/2020

Welcome to the third and final day of #2020USCHA! We hope you've enjoyed the conference!

We're about to start Session 3 of #2020USCHA workshops. Don't miss it!
10/20/2020

We're about to start Session 3 of #2020USCHA workshops. Don't miss it!

The #2020SUCHA Exhibit Hall "Live Hour" is about start. Be sure to take this opportunity to meet our exhibitors.
10/20/2020

The #2020SUCHA Exhibit Hall "Live Hour" is about start. Be sure to take this opportunity to meet our exhibitors.

Session 2 of #2020USCHA workshops is about to start. Don't be late!
10/20/2020

Session 2 of #2020USCHA workshops is about to start. Don't be late!

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It’s time to renew your NMAC membership! If you want to end the HIV epidemic and commit to racial justice and health equity, then please renew or join NMAC today at http://www.nmac.org/support/membership/. We’ve been here since the beginning, fighting for people of color and working to end the epidemic. Your membership supports programs and people like José Ramón García-Madrid who is part of the Gay Men of Color Fellowship program in NMAC’s Treatment division. You can find his full story here: http://www.nmac.org/support-nmac-jose-ramons-story/ To help support the Gay Men of Color Fellowship and all of NMAC's programming, please become a member today.
CSU San Marcos is conducting an international survey on a future vaccine for COVID-19. We are interested in better understanding people's thoughts and feelings about a future COVID-19 vaccine. Please take the survey, it should take about 15 minutes. Please share it with your community to have your voices be heard! Thank you for your time! tinyurl.com/yc8xzu57
Hello, I registered, and from speaking to colleagues, I should have gotten an email. It may have gone to my spam and I deleted it. How can I find out if I am registered?
There are a lot of questions for NMAC, a lot of questions for USCA, and a lot of questions for Paul A. Kawata. Estamos juntos, we 're all in this together. I'm not sure NMAC, USCA, and Paul understand what this means. I keep asking for a conversation after Paul accused me of bullying him because I reminded him of promises he made to us. HIV LONG TERM SURVIVORS and people aging with HIV.
Can someone tell me what NMAC stands for? Oddly, I can't find it here or even on the website.
I'm looking for that livestream of Anthony Fauci talking about the End the HIV Epidemic. Is it on now? Can you post the link so I can share it with my co-workers?
NMAC It seem as if the who's who if the advocacy community are the only one ever selected to receive a scholarship. Most of those people who receive the scholarship are able to attend USCA and other conferences through sponsorships by affiliated organization. Those who need the scholarships are those who have the most to receive and learn from conferences such as these. Those people like myself who can contribute more than just a publicity and a dollar sign. Those who can /offer fresh and new insight. I have been advocating since 2015 and I have yet to have the chance to experience the camaraderie and sense of belonging in a space such as USCA. You say it's a lottery selection but that lottery seems to award the same people every year. Why?
PRIDE MONTH!! YES, recognizing the first generations growing older with HIV. LOVE FROM THE HIV LONG TERM SURVIVORS group and me.
Suggest spelling out the acronym at least once on your various sites! Took me a long time to find the answer. "National Minority AIDS Council" Not on website, FB or Twitter. - Just a suggestion.