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Vice-Chair, United States People Living with HIV Caucus
I’m anxious in 2020. Through a global pandemic, increased focus on racial justice in the US, and an election coming up. It’s a lot.
In this depressing & tumultuous time, we as a community are facing trauma and loss as Covid-19 pandemic takes it toll.
HIV surveillance technologies continue to develop at a rapid rate. How does this affect our HIV community?
It’s 2020 and people still want us to prove AIDS-related stigma exists. I’m tired.
From domestic HIV advocacy to global views: The relevance of the U.N. Joint Programme
People living with HIV networks recognize the importance of community building at HIV2020 in the HIV response.
While public health advocates are discussing the “End of AIDS,” I am unsure where we as people living with HIV fit.
When communities bring up concerns about research, can we expect researchers to listen and engage us? Or are we just widgets to study?
We talk about self-care a lot, but what do we mean? Putting up the “DO NOT DISTURB” sign on our lives as people living with HIV.
As we celebrate Pride, let’s be intentional and inclusive with gender identity. I want us to stand against the rise of transphobia.
I am always surprised at how much our allies want us to thank them for doing their jobs - or just being human. Let’s talk about gratitude.
While other HIV conferences have felt complacent, AIDSWatch still centers activism. This year we spoke back to the CDC Director.
Each year AIDSWatch brings together hundreds of people living with HIV and our allies to DC to meet with legislators -- reasons to go.
In the midst of the federal shutdown and the backlash against migrants and immigration, where is the conversation in HIV?
Some thoughts on the closing of 2018 and the start of 2019.
It’s been a little over a year since I started this blog. I’ve been thinking a lot about the kinds of leadership in the HIV space
We have felt like our voices do not matter. But in the HIV community, sometimes our voice is the only thing we have had.
Another attack from this Administration - this time on the use of public benefits. As a community, how will the HIV community respond?
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