Bebashi’s Executive Director, Sebrina Tate, was recently interviewed by Billy Penn on Philadelphia’s monkeypox vaccine disparity. “Honestly, it hurts,” said Sebrina Tate, the executive director of Bebashi, a social services nonprofit born out of the HIV/AIDS epidemic that serves mostly people of color. “We see these health disparities along so many diagnoses, so it’s not […]
Bebashi’s Executive Director, Sebrina Tate, was recently interviewed by WHYY on the importance of effective messaging when discussing monkeypox in our communities. Sebrina Tate said that implementing effective public health strategies, it comes down to having better partnerships with organizations that serve vulnerable communities, before a crisis hits, not just during. Tate is the executive […]
Bebashi’s executive director, Sebrina Tate, was interviewed by Billy Penn on the accessibility of monkeypox vaccines in Philadelphia’s black communities. Click the link to read the full article.
On Tuesday, August 2nd, 2022, Bebashi’s Executive Director, Sebrina Tate, participated in a town hall to discuss and answer questions about the current monkeypox crisis. The event was hosted by Mazzoni Center and other speakers included Dusty Latimer, Physician Assistant, Mazzoni Center; Dr. Shara Epstein, Infectious Disease Specialist, Philadelphia Department of Health; and Jessica Caum, […]
Bebashi’s Physician’s Assistant, Nackea Bachman, was interviewed by the Philadelphia Inquirer for her insights into the increase in Monkeypox diagnoses and the shortage of vaccines for persons most at risk. Click here to read the full article.
In commemoration of National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on April 8, Bebashi, in collaboration with other HIV/AIDS and LGBTQIA+ service organizations, hosted two events to support the youth in the community. Click here to read more about the events and Bebashi’s youth initiatives.
In case you missed it, Bebashi’s Executive Director, Sebrina Tate, participated on an engaging and powerful panel discussion on Women’s Empowerment hosted by The Colours Organization. Click the link to view the full discussion. https://zurl.co/cbeE
Bebashi was one of 27 organizations and initiatives that provide HIV prevention, care and support to receive grants from Philly AIDS Thrift. Click here to read more.
Bebashi’s Prevention Education Navigator, Sonya Carroll was recently named a KYW News Radio Game Changer for her dedication to serving Philadelphia’s most vulnerable. Click the link to read more about Sonya and her impact while at Bebashi.
On Sunday, January 9, Bebashi’s Hunger Relief Supervisor, Janice Tosto, joined Pastor Mason on Philly’s Favor 100.7 FM, to talk about Bebashi’s work to fight food insecurity in Philadelphia. Click below to listen to the full interview.