The Maine Minority Health Conference has been an annual event for over five years. This day-long program invites folks from across the state to share in the conversation, learn how to better do the work, and make meaningful connections with other providers, practitioners, students, and community members.


December 2016 | Lewiston, ME

The 2016 Maine Minority Health Conference focused

on the importance of representation and solidarity in

diverse approaches to addressing health disparities in

communities of color. 

The conference included sessions about: 

  • HIV in New Mainer Communities

  • Community Health Outreach Worker Panel

  • Assessing Tribal Needs and Defining Our Future

  • Two Spirit Identity and Resilience: Coming Out Narratives

  • and many more!

The keynote address was delivered by Shay Stewart-Bouley of the award-winning blog "Black Girl in Maine."