YBGLI 2014 Policy & Advocacy Summit Alumni Spotlight: Andre Christian

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One of the greatest experiences I have had since the 2014 YBGLI Summit was my recent travels to conduct research in Ghana, Africa with Florida Gulf Coast University. The study-abroad program focused on human rights and social justice and linked social work professionals and students with the Department of Social Welfare in Cape Coast, Ghana […]

Announcing the 2014 Policy & Advocacy Summit

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The Young Black Gay Men’s Leadership Initiative (YBGLI) is excited to announce it’s second Policy & Advocacy Summit (PAS). The PAS aims to build capacity and leadership of young Black gay men to effectively influence and impact domestic knowledge and information sharing towards improving HIV prevention, care and treatment for our community. Held in Atlanta, […]

YBGLI Gears Up for the Second Policy & Advocacy Summit

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Anthony Roberts, Jr. 888.274.6621 anthonyr@ybgli.org MEDIA ADVISORY YBGLI Gears Up for the Second Policy & Advocacy Summit Atlanta, GA March 26, 2014—The Young Black Gay Men’s Leadership Initiative is excited to announce the second Policy & Advocacy Summit on Wednesday, April 2 – Friday, April 4, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia. Held […]

Youth are Reigniting the Flame

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The Young Black Gay Men’s Leadership Initiative (YBGLI) seeks to change the status quo surrounding the issues that disproportionately affect young Black gay men of color. On April 2-4, 2014 the Initiative held its second Policy & Advocacy Summit (PAS), planned and facilitated by the Organizing Committee (OC) comprised of nine young Black gay men […]