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“Present and Represented: Latinx Mental Health Research, Practice and Experience in Pittsburgh” on Wednesday night was part of Pitt’s Hispanic Heritage Month.

Panel addresses mental health care in Pittsburgh’s Latinx community

By Paul Mlodgenski, For The Pitt News October 2, 2020
García Zubieta was one of the expert panelists at the “Present and Represented: Latinx Mental Health Research, Practice, and Experience in Pittsburgh” held Wednesday night on Zoom.
“COVID-19: The Pittsburgh Latinx Community Experience & Response” was a part of the University’s Hispanic Heritage Celebration Month, which is from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15.

Discussing the distinctive effects of COVID-19 on Pittsburgh’s Latinx community

By Rashi Ranjan, Staff Writer September 28, 2020
“COVID-19: The Pittsburgh Latinx Community Experience & Response” covered the impact of COVID-19 on Pittsburgh’s emerging Latinx community and featured Latinx speakers from the School of Public Health’s Center for Health Equity and Casa San Jose.
First-year Mia Moore poses in face paint and traditional dress at the kickoff to Hispanic Heritage Month.

Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off with celebration of Latinx culture

By Jade Chang, For The Pitt News September 15, 2019
On the William Pitt Union lawn, two girls with bottles of red, green, yellow, white and black face paint carefully brushed a Mexican flag onto a male Pitt student’s cheek as they tried to keep from laughing. Others bobbed their heads to Spanish pop music playing on the speakers.
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