NMAC Releases Findings from Health Literacy Program

Outlines community driven agenda to promote health and wellness through literacy Washington, DC – To mark World AIDS Day, the National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC) is pound to announce the release of its new report, Continuing the Advance against HIV/AIDS: A Community Driven Health Literacy and Wellness Agenda.  The document, which was developed in large […]

Obama immigration action essential, more needed for health

Reforms to immigration policy essential, but further action for health & justice needed. HIV advocates remain deeply concerned about barriers to healthcare and detention of women and children.   The following is a statement from National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC) Director of Outreach and Public Affairs Kyle Murphy:   Washington, DC – “The National Minority […]

Sex & Politics in the Capital City: Youth Advocacy Day On The Hill

Youth Advocacy Day On The Hill This summer, as they do each year, interns descended upon D.C., to observe first hand how the federal government operates and learn about public policy issues for which they feel passionately. In an effort to build knowledge about reproductive rights, sexual health and HIV/AIDS, as well as foster future […]

Staffing Changes: Farewell Daniel

On behalf of Paul Kawata: As valued partners in our work to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic, we want to let you know that Daniel Montoya has accepted a fantastic professional and personal opportunity that will take him to Miami, Florida.  His last day at NMAC will be Friday, August 22.  We will miss him. Daniel’s […]