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My Facebook post on the United States Conference on AIDS name change set off a firestorm of comments that I hope this will clarify.
The POZ founder reflects on creating an important community voice with the potential to change the course of the lives of our readers.
After a lot of collaborations, it’s clear that “meaningful” means different things to different people. Let’s start the discussion here...
Your responses to POZ’s survey on self-empowerment and advocacy.
Dignity and respect did not live in Norfolk (VA).
If the word “empowerment” hadn’t yet been a part of the health care lexicon, it was about to be.
Today, more than three decades into the epidemic, the most prominent national voice of people with HIV lacks the breadth and depth of communit...
ACT UP’s 25th anniversary this month has prompted reflection on ACT UP over the years.
Supposedly the IAS respects the GIPA principles (Greater Involvement of People living with HIV/AIDS), which were inspired in large part by the...
The Denver Principles Empowerment Index is an idea to enable us to measure empowerment.
POZ founder Sean Strub delivered the keynote speech at the opening of the 5th anniversary commemoration in Washington, DC, of the Campaign..
With a new president, renewed civic engagement and talk of meaningful health care reform, we’re ready to once again dream big.
I must admit, I’ve become deeply cynical about people with AIDS. I hate that I feel this way.
David Ernesto Munar, vice president for policy and communications at the AIDS Foundation of Chicago and board chairman of the National Associa...
Presented during the 2nd National AIDS Forum at the 5th National Lesbian and Gay Health Conference, held in Denver, Colorado, in June 1983.
Sean Strub advocates for a renewed commitment to empowerment of people with HIV/AIDS during remarks at 2008 United States Conference on AIDS
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