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Executive Director, NMAC
We can’t wait for them to save us; we must save ourselves.
What is fair cannot be based on white privilege.
The late Archbishop Carl Bean was executive director of the Minority AIDS Project, the first minority-led HIV organization.
The U.S. Conference on HIV/AIDS has been rescheduled to December 2nd and 3rd.
We should hear shortly about the need for an additional shot.
The leaders of AIDS United, The AIDS Institute, NASTAD, NCSD and NMAC seek answers on the impact of COVID-19 on people living with HIV.
People focus on the social determinants of health, but the outcomes almost always break down along lines of race.
The founder of the Unity Fellowship Church Movement, the Minority AIDS Project and NMAC needs our help.
Training, technical assistance and learning collaboratives in a program called ESCALATE.
An open letter to the next director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy.
People aren’t dying from HIV in the same numbers, but there are still widespread disparities.
USCHA—the United States Conference on HIV/AIDS—will take place in Washington, DC, from October 28 to 31.
Calling out anti-Asian violence is interconnected to NMAC’s fight to lead with race to end HIV.
COVID has changed more than where we work, it has changed what we value and who we want to be.
Would you attend the 2021 United States Conference on HIV/AIDS in person? NMAC seeks your input!
Violence against Asian Americans comes from the same place as discrimination against people living with HIV.
NMAC asks the CDC for clarification on prioritizing the COVID vaccine for people living with HIV.
President Biden says racial justice will be a priority for his administration and NMAC says prove it by ending the HIV epidemic.
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