By:Betty Coker, Editor in Chief For World Liberty TV
R’Bonney Gabriel, Miss Universe ,Guillermo Chacon, President, Latino Commission on AIDS & Founder, Hispanic Health Network .
The Latino Commission on AIDS, a nonprofit organization founded in 1990 dedicated to meet the health challenges and address the impact of HIV and AIDS in the Hispanic/Latinx community, introduced R’Bonney Gabriel, Miss Universe, as its 2023 Madrina. In the Latino culture, a Madrina – Godmother – plays an important role of support.
In her role as the Commission’s Madrina, R’Bonney Gabriel will lend her voice to educate and promote awareness and HIV prevention within the Latino community throughout the U.S. and internationally, especially among young girls and women.
Miss Gabriel will be inducted as the Commission’s Madrina at this press briefing, which was hosted by Rosa Mexicano Union Square.
HIV disproportionately affects Hispanic communities in the nation and U.S. Territories While Latinos are 19% of the U.S. population, they represent 30% of new HIV infections.
The introduction of Miss Universe R’Bonney Gabriel as the Madrina of the Latino Commission on AIDS ignites the Commission’s Cielo Gala fundraising campaign to support its Zero Homophobia and Zero Transphobia campaigns.
The Cielo Gala on June 2, 2023 kicks off Pride Month in NYC. For more information and to purchase tickets visit www.cielolatino.org . Donations are also encouraged.
World Liberty TV, Team has been covering The Madrina event and the Cielo Gala for Approxemently fifteen years. It is a wonderful organization doing so much work for the communities and it should be supported, do purchase a table, or a Ticket or make a donation for the Silent Auction or become a sponsor.by clicking here.