NLGJA is grateful to the many who made Thursday’s New Ways Los Angeles seminar a success:
The seminar, which provided training to journalists on reporting HIV and AIDS, would not have been possible without the support of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Diane Anderson-Minshall of The Advocate and Plus Magazine, who also served as moderator, lined up an extraordinary set of panelists for the afternoon’s engaging discussions. We were fortunate to learn so much from Brandon Burciaga of the LA LGBT Center, Bamby Salcedo of TransLatin@ Coalition, Ayako Miyashita of the Williams Institute and UCLA, Elvis Rosales of AIDS Project Los Angeles’ Fuerza Positiva, Karen Ocamb, an Independent Journalist, Gerald Garth of the Black AIDS Institute, Grissel Granados of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Alex Garner of Hornet, Dr. Cleo Manago of Black Men’s Xchange, Tre’vell Anderson of the Los Angeles Times, Mario J. Pérez of the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health, Michelle Levander of the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism and Boyle Heights Beat, Michael Valle of the California Health and Human Services Open Data Project and Chandi Moore of Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles and I Am Cait.
We thank all who attended and if you couldn’t make it, stay tuned as additional information will be coming out this week from the workshop presenters and videos from the various workshop segments will be available online in the coming weeks.
Email NewWays@nlgja.org to get on the email list for alerts on the latest New Ways trainings and resources or to share your ideas on what other topics, tools and techniques in the coverage of HIV & AIDS you’d like future trainings and resources to address.
Check out www.nlgja.org/resources/newways/ to take advantage of the latest New Ways has to offer.
Visit www.cdc.gov/actagainstaids/ to learn more about the various campaigns related to HIV and AIDS prevention, testing, treatment and stigma reduction that you can share with your readers, viewers and listeners.
Go to www.cdc.gov/nchhstp/newsroom to reach media contacts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention so they can connect you with facts, analysis, experts and more for your news stories.
Take a look at www.hivplusmag.com for more info on living with HIV.