Abdon Orrostieta receives the Pedro Zamora Young Leaders Scholarship during World AIDS Day ceremony in San Francisco. Orrostieta, from Pompano Beach, is a junior at University of Central Florida and volunteers with Latinos Salud, a nonprofit community- and minority-based HIV agency.
Abdon Orrostieta receives the Pedro Zamora Young Leaders Scholarship during World AIDS Day ceremony in San Francisco. Orrostieta, from Pompano Beach, is a junior at University of Central Florida and volunteers with Latinos Salud, a nonprofit community- and minority-based HIV agency. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Abdon Orrostieta receives the Pedro Zamora Young Leaders Scholarship during World AIDS Day ceremony in San Francisco. Orrostieta, from Pompano Beach, is a junior at University of Central Florida and volunteers with Latinos Salud, a nonprofit community- and minority-based HIV agency. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Pedro Zamora scholarship honors Miami AIDS activist who died at 22

April 14, 2016 06:06 PM

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