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BLAIDSBlack Latino AIDS Project at UCLA<br />2009-2010<br />
History of BLAIDS<br />Established in 1991 in response to high rates of HIV/AIDS infections and low admission rates to fou...
What does BLAIDS do?<br />Information distribution<br />Condom distribution<br />Sites on campus at UCLA<br />High School ...
BLAIDS in action<br />Presenting STD slides at HS Site<br />Tabling at Beat ‘SC Rally<br />Presentation in Tecate, Mexico<...
High Schools in LAUSD and Beyond<br />Dorsey High School<br />Manual Arts High School<br />Roosevelt High School<br />Cent...
BLAIDS Mother Organizations<br />BLAIDS mother organizations are Black Pre-Health Organization (BPHO) and Chicanos/Latinos...
Volunteering with BLAIDS<br />BLAIDS volunteers do not have to be members of either of the mother organizations as long as...
Contact BLAIDS to get involved!<br />Email uclablaids@gmail.com to find out more information about upcoming trainings, sit...
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Blaids Introduction

  1. 1. BLAIDSBlack Latino AIDS Project at UCLA<br />2009-2010<br />
  2. 2. History of BLAIDS<br />Established in 1991 in response to high rates of HIV/AIDS infections and low admission rates to four-year universities in the Black and Latino communities. <br />The goal of BLAIDS is educating the Black and Latino communities about HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and the pursuit of higher education.<br />The Black Latino AIDS Project (BLAIDS) is a collaboration between two campus organizations<br /> Black Pre-Health Organization (BPHO) <br />Chicanos/Latinos for Community Medicine (CCM). <br />
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  4. 4. What does BLAIDS do?<br />Information distribution<br />Condom distribution<br />Sites on campus at UCLA<br />High School presentations<br />Collaboration with other on campus groups- Proyecto de Jornaleros, Latino Student Health Project, Black Hypertension Project<br />Increase awareness about HIV/AIDS<br />Tabling in De Neve Plaza<br />Condom Demo at a HS Site<br />
  5. 5. BLAIDS in action<br />Presenting STD slides at HS Site<br />Tabling at Beat ‘SC Rally<br />Presentation in Tecate, Mexico<br />
  6. 6. High Schools in LAUSD and Beyond<br />Dorsey High School<br />Manual Arts High School<br />Roosevelt High School<br />Central LA High School<br />Westchester High School<br />El Rancho High School<br />View Park Continuation High School<br />And many more to come- we are constantly expanding our service recipient base. <br />
  7. 7. BLAIDS Mother Organizations<br />BLAIDS mother organizations are Black Pre-Health Organization (BPHO) and Chicanos/Latinos for Community Medicine (CCM) <br />BPHO meetings are held Tuesdays of even weeks at 5pm in the SAC.<br />CCM meetings are every Tuesday at 6pm in Franz 1260. http://www.studentgroups.ucla.edu/ccm/<br />BLAIDS Directors 2009-2010<br />
  8. 8. Volunteering with BLAIDS<br />BLAIDS volunteers do not have to be members of either of the mother organizations as long as they attend a BLAIDS training (held at the beginning of each quarter), or attend a director’s office hour.<br />The BLAIDS office is in SAC 106E with all of the other health empowerment organizations of the Community Programs Office. <br />
  9. 9. Contact BLAIDS to get involved!<br />Email uclablaids@gmail.com to find out more information about upcoming trainings, sites and other general information. <br />Visit our website at: http://www.studentgroups.ucla.edu/blaids/ for up to date information and to learn more about our project. <br />Join BLAIDS on Facebook<br />Join BLAIDS on orgsync. <br />Visit www.orgsync.com, create an account as a UCLA student, search for the Black Latino AIDS project, Password: uclabruins<br />

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