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Because this year’s lobbying event had to be virtual, people with mobility issues were able to participate, writes Wanda Brendle-Moss.
Angel Vick, the first recipient of the NCAAN Carolyn McAllaster Scholarship, shares why she is excited to participate in AIDSWatch 2020.
Register now for AIDSWatch 2020, which takes place March 30 and 31 in Washington, DC.
At this year’s AIDSWatch, activists called out CDC director Robert Redfield for the health agency’s patent rights on Truvada for PrEP.
As messy and challenging as community can be, we are the only road to ending the epidemic.
While other HIV conferences have felt complacent, AIDSWatch still centers activism. This year we spoke back to the CDC Director.
Now is the time to see this through.
The day after CDC Director Robert Redfield was confronted at AIDSWatch, hill visits by advocates produced “strong interest” in hearings.
Check out these inspiring images from AIDSWatch 2019, including the three Positive Leadership Award honorees.
The advocacy event brings more than 550 people living with HIV to Capitol Hill to meet with their members of Congress.
North Carolina AIDS Action Network’s Christina Adeleke isn’t afraid to dream big!
Each year AIDSWatch brings together hundreds of people living with HIV and our allies to DC to meet with legislators -- reasons to go.
Our June cover story links past AIDS activism to current efforts to prevent gun violence.
During AIDSWatch 2018, HIV advocates visit Capitol Hill to lobby for the needs of people living with and at risk for HIV. [VIDEO]
Andrew Spieldenner, PhD, examines the increasing need for people living with HIV to build community in our current political climate.
HIV advocates in DC, as captured in hashtags, pics and videos.
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