Amanda Lugg’s Presentation on the African Services Committee and COVID-19 from the Physicians for a National Health Program Virtual Townhall

We hear Amanda Lugg’s presentation from the virtual town hall held on March 25th by the New York Metro Chapter of Physicians for a National Health Program. Amanda Lugg is the Director of Advocacy for African Services Committee, a multiservice human rights agency based in Harlem dedicated to assisting immigrants, refugees and asylees from across the African diaspora. Amanda advocates for public policy which prioritizes the treatment, care, and support needs of HIV-positive immigrants in the US. By HMM Correspondent Spencer.

Christina Mattern

Christina Mattern

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