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December 2010


Pozarazzi

POZ on Location: In September, POZ attended the 2010 United States Conference on AIDS (USCA), sponsored by the National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC), in Orlando. USCA brings together thousands of people in the HIV/AIDS community.

From left to right: 1. Vanessa McDowell, community outreach coordinator of Pennsylvania’s Keystone Rural Health, poses with POZ’s Giovanni Vitacolonna at the POZ booth. 2. Joyce Turner Keller shows off her “Positive Diva” merchandise. 3. Paul Kawata, executive director of NMAC. 4. Conference participants spread the knowledge through poster presentations. 5. Tim Horn, president and editor-in-chief of AIDSmeds.com, and Matt Sharp, director of treatment and prevention advocacy of Project Inform. 6. Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of Health and Human Services. 7. Jack Mackenroth, fashion designer, model and the first openly HIV-positive contestant on Project Runway.  8. Protesters demonstrate during Sebelius’s speech. 9. Henry Ocampo and Evonne Bennett-Barnes are all smiles at the Office of Minority Health booth.

 


Search: United States Conference on AIDS, National Minority AIDS Council, NMAC, Orlando, Vanessa McDowell, Joyce Turner Keller, Paul Kawata, Tim Horn, Matt Sharp, Kathleen Sebelius, Jack Mackenroth, Project Runway, Henry Ocampo, Evonne Bennett-Barnes


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