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This special issue is dedicated to young people, who represent a majority of new HIV cases.
At One Tent Health, college students provide HIV testing and PrEP to underserved neighborhoods in Washington, DC.
Youth activists living with HIV are speaking truth to power.
Youth activist Tyreese Taylor shares how a mentor helped him at a crucial moment. Below is an edited excerpt.
Dee Mphafi is an HIV advocate from Lesotho, Africa.
Angel Vick, the first recipient of the NCAAN Carolyn McAllaster Scholarship, shares why she is excited to participate in AIDSWatch 2020.
Alternatives for the event, originally slated for July in Mexico City, are being discussed.
“There’s nothing that I can’t do if properly trained,” says the transgender HIV advocate.
The 2020 theme is “Resiliency + Action: Ending the HIV Epidemic in Native Communities.”
Visual AIDS invites artists to submit proposals for new video works to be produced and distributed to over 100 venues worldwide in 2021.
“A large swath of the U.S. population living with HIV is at great risk,” reads their open letter sent to every member of Congress.
An interview with Jasmine Tasaki of We Care Tennessee
In other AIDS Memorial news: Applications are being accepted for the Mary Bowman arts award and the Pedro Zamora youth scholarship.
No sessions will take place in person in Washington, DC, so you should plan to participate from your location on March 30.
“I’m putting my fat rolls and fine lines on full display as a commitment to value myself,” says Kelly Gluckman of Through Positive Eyes.
“I want to be an ambassador of hope,” Adam Castillejo, 40, who grew up in Venezuela, tells The New York Times.
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