Correspondence, minutes, speeches, manuals, reports, and training files created by the
Multicultural AIDS Resource Center.
The Multicultural AIDS Resource Center (MARC) was a subsidiary project of the Multicultural Training Resource
Center (MTRC). MTRC was created in 1984 by Sala Udin, an experienced community organizer who was interested in
helping people of color to increase skills and knowledge in community organizing. MARC was created to train the
statewide contractors that serve people of color, about multicultural approaches to AIDS education and
prevention. Its two main programs were Abraxas, which developed a multi-cultural HIV Antibody Test educational
campaign, and a three year state-funded Technical Assistance Program.
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