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Executive Director, NMAC
As part of NMAC’s recognition of Black History Month, we are pleased to present this special guest article.
My Facebook post on the United States Conference on AIDS name change set off a firestorm of comments that I hope this will clarify.
NMAC is changing the name of the United States Conference on AIDS to the United States Conference on HIV.
Soon, hundreds of millions in new federal funds will go to the 57 jurisdictions and beyond to end the HIV epidemic in America.
Our fight to end the HIV epidemic is a fight for justice and equality in healthcare for some of the most marginalized people in America.
PrEP education campaigns, even ones that are rejected by Instagram, will be key components of our initial efforts to end the epidemic.
Our movement needs a significant influx of private sector funding and leadership if we are to end the HIV epidemic in America.
The ripple effect of housing insecurity knows no bounds.
As USCA takes place, Paul Kawata expresses concerns about working with the Trump administration—and his desires to end this epidemic.
This year’s meeting will focus on the federal plan to end the domestic HIV epidemic.
Our movement is about to come full circle as we build plans to end the HIV epidemic and hopefully the syndemics of STDs and hepatitis.
As messy and challenging as community can be, we are the only road to ending the epidemic.
Our mission is to bring the voices of community to the important tables where decisions are made.
It’s also my 30th anniversary as the executive director of NMAC. Here’s what I plan to do.
2019 is the year the federal government will build a plan to end the US HIV epidemic.
NMAC’s commitment to biomedical HIV prevention is personal.
As a hugger in training, NMAC executive director Paul Kawata encourages everyone to attend USCA 2018 in Orlando.
Everyone needs to come prepared to share their thoughts on what it will take to end the HIV epidemic in America.
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