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Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Profile
This racial group refers to people having origins in any of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa or other Pacific Islands.
NAHI Summit Report Available [PDF | 1.86MB]
This report summarizes the work done through NAHI and the populations affected by these efforts.
National Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month - May
Capacity Building the Latino Faith Communities
On September 2, the Office of Minority Health Resource Center (OMHRC) and the Latino Religious Leadership Project of the Latino Commission on AIDS conducted a successful training for New York City based Latino faith communities on fund development and grant writing in the city of New York.
National American Indian Heritage Month
November, 2008

OMHRC Partners with the Indian Health Service
The Office of Minority Health Resource Center (OMHRC) is participating in the 2007-2008 HIV/AIDS Collaborative Regional Trainings Planning Committee of the Indian Health Services (IHS)' Division of Behavioral Health.
External link Seattle RARE Project: Rapid Assessment, Response and Evaluation
King County applied for and received money from the Department of Health and Human Services to conduct an in-depth HIV prevention needs assessment of the local Black community called the RARE Project (Rapid Assessment, Response, and Evaluation). RARE draws on the resources of both the Public Health agency and the community for an effective data gathering process.
External link A heightened national response to the HIV/AIDS crisis among African Americans[PDF, 3.7MB]
HIV/AIDS is a threat to the health and well-being of many communities in the United States, but for African Americans, HIV/AIDS is a major health crisis.

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