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November 24, 2009
Housing Works' Fashion for Action in NYC
Housing Works kicked off its annual four-day fund-raiser Fashion for Action on Thursday, November 19, with a silent auction and sample sale. The Manhattan event was cochaired by designer Derek Lam and reality TV star Olivia Palermo and sponsored by Essence magazine. More than 150 top designers donated a combined $1 million worth of merchandise that was sold at 50 to 70 percent off retail prices. Designer labels that went for much less included Balenciaga, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Christian Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, DVF, Fendi, Gucci, Paul Smith, Ralph Lauren and Yves Saint Laurent.

The opening night benefit was held at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City. Fashionistas had the opportunity to bid on silent auction items at the cocktail party and get a sneak peak of the items for sale at a VIP event across the street at Housing Works’ Chelsea thrift shop location. The sample sale was open to the public until Sunday, November 22.

Housing Works is the nation’s largest grassroots AIDS service organization and provides lifesaving services such as housing, food, medical care, HIV prevention and job training to more than 20,000 homeless and low-income New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS.
Maximizing Local Advocacy
Michael Emanuel Rajner, legislative director for the Florida GLBT Democratic Caucus, discusses HIV/AIDS advocacy at the state and local level. (Watch video.)
H1N1, Latent Reservoirs and ViiV: 2009 in Review
In honor of World AIDS Day, AIDSmeds highlights the year’s top treatment stories.
November 23, 2009
S'More to Love Cocktail Fundraiser
It might be wintertime outside, but summer camp was the theme of One Heartland’s cocktail fund-raiser for the Birch Family Camp, a retreat for New York City children and families living with HIV.
November 19, 2009
British Red Cross Web Campaign Debunks Fears About Kissing and HIV
An online web video created by the British Red Cross takes on misperceptions that many young people have about HIV transmission, The Guardian reports. In the 60-second ad, British television personality Konnie Huq asks viewers, “If I had HIV, what would it take to get you to kiss me?”(Watch video.)
November 18, 2009
GMHC's Fashion Forward in NYC
On Monday, November 16, Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC) held its third annual Fashion Forward event, which featured a runway show by Saks Fifth Avenue and live and silent auctions at New York City’s Metropolitan Pavilion. (Watch video.)
Run This Town
Harlem United’s Team Apollo pounds the pavement in the ING New York City Marathon. (Watch video.)
November 13, 2009
NY Activists Urge State to Expand AIDS Services to Those With HIV but Not Ill
New York City-based AIDS service organization Housing Works staged a demonstration during a November 12 public meeting of the New York State AIDS Advisory Council. At issue is expanding state aid from those who are “HIV ill” to those who are “HIV positive.” (Watch video.)
November 11, 2009
Health Care Reform and HIV/AIDS
Discussing health care reform with David Ernesto Munar, vice president of policy and communications at the AIDS Foundation of Chicago. (Watch video.)
November 09, 2009
Poster Sessions at USCA 2009
Advocates discuss findings from their HIV programs at the 2009 United States Conference on AIDS in San Francisco. (Watch video.)
November 06, 2009
New Media Institute at USCA 2009
AIDS.gov hosted a New Media Institute at the 2009 United States Conference on AIDS in San Francisco. (Watch video.)
November 05, 2009
USCA 2009 in San Francisco
The National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC) hosted the 2009 United States Conference on AIDS (USCA) from October 29-31 in San Francisco. (Watch video.)
A Voice Against HIV, Malaria and TB
South African singer Yvonne Chaka Chaka wages war against this global triple threat—while empowering women along the way.
November 03, 2009
Therapeutic Vaccines: Steady Wins the Race
Recent news of modest success with a preventive HIV vaccine has led some to wonder whether we’ve moved any closer to a compound that can train the immune system to better control the virus—a therapeutic vaccine. AIDSmeds talked to two HIV vaccine experts to find out where we are now and where we’re going.
November 02, 2009
Rev. Mariah Ann Britton, PhD: Teaching Youth the Rites of Passage
The Reverend Mariah Ann Britton champions a realistic—yet spiritual—approach to educating teens about human sexuality and HIV/AIDS.

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