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Executive Director, NMAC
President Biden says racial justice will be a priority for his administration and NMAC says prove it by ending the HIV epidemic.
Like too many of us, I am angry, scared, concerned, but mostly I am pissed off.
The president-elect committed to reinstating the Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP). What skills and priorities must its leader possess?
NMAC looks for your administration to prioritize racial justice and reconciliation while fighting HIV, STIs and hepatitis.
This year’s virtual conference will be unlike any USCHA. We hope it will remind everyone that they are part of the HIV family.
Like too many of you, we are doing our best to figure out new ways to educate and inspire
NMAC is giving away 100 Apple iPads and Verizon internet hotspots with three months of internet access. Help us identify people in need!
The future of America is at stake because the parties have such different visions for our country.
As health groups receive millions in federal funds to end the HIV epidemic, they must invest it in local communities.
Dr. Anthony Fauci will be a keynote speaker at USCHA in October. In his session, federal leaders will talk about next steps to ending HIV.
Let us continue to fight for full equal rights—even if that fight includes #GoodTrouble.
The U.S. Conference on HIV/AIDS aims to be a hub for HIV job openings, particularly jobs created to end the HIV epidemic.
While much has changed, HIV health outcomes continue to expose our movement’s problem with race.
Register now for USCHA, held October 19 to 21. Trainings will help the HIV community manage the impact of COVID-19.
Systemic racism goes beyond our police. The HIV movement, like the rest of the world, has some serious soul-searching to do.
Relentless. Innovative. Effective. Passionate. Caring. Visionary. Focused.
“It was a badge of honor that Larry hated me,” writes AIDS activist and NMAC executive director Paul Kawata.
NMAC has decided to hit “pause” on the deadlines for scholarships and abstracts for USCHA. In fact we are hitting “pause” for the meeting.
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