Transdiaspora Network (TDN) is an award-winning social enterprise and a leading human capacity building non-profit organization conducting culturally-oriented HIV prevention and awareness activities in Brooklyn, New York. By bringing a new meaning of health through the arts, we are part of the international movement to walk toward an AIDS-free generation.
- 12/10/2013 Community Blog Update - Read the report of our BOLD Initiative intern La-Kenia Green regarding 2013 World AIDS Day. To access it, click here.
- 12/08/2013 Theatre of the Oppressed NYC - Transdiaspora Network was in full force at Forum Theatre on the Bowery, where Theatre of the Oppressed NYC presented "Trapt." This play explores issues related to transphobia, homophobia and youth homelessness. To see photos, click here.
- 12/05/2013 Great Warrior Soul "Madiba" - Mandela leaves a legacy of equality, democracy and education, and Transdiaspora Network take his passing as a renewed determination to carry on his work every day.
- 12/02/2013 World AIDS Day - Transdiaspora Network commemorated this global health day by attending NYC Health Department's official ceremony. We also conducted a community outreach activity in Brooklyn. To see photo album, click here.
- 11/22/2013 Coney Island - On November 14th and November 21st, Transdiaspora Network conducted, in partnership with CAMBA, a one-day HIV prevention workshop with positive outcomes at Liberation Diploma Plus High School. More than 150 students attended. To see photo album, click here.