group of celebrating young people

Founded in 1987, People of Color Against AIDS Network is one of the nation’s first HIV/AIDS organizations centering communities of color.

Today, almost 40 years later, People of Color Against AIDS Network (POCAAN) has grown to house 13 programs addressing how substance misuse, incarceration, homelessness, sexually transmitted diseases, racism, sexism, transphobia, and homophobia contribute to community marginalization and health disparities. Join the POCAAN team to learn about POCAAN’s past, present, and future.

Tuesday, June 18

History Café is produced as a partnership between HistoryLink and MOHAI.

ASL Interpretation and CART captioning are available during the program. In addition, a limited number of Assistive Listening Devices are available upon request. For more accessibility support, email [email protected] two weeks before the program.

Grab some food for thought–Gourmondo at MOHAI remains open until 7pm for every History Café.

If you can’t make it to the museum, tune in live on the MOHAI YouTube channel to virtually attend this event.