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Voting rights are at stake in the congressional filibuster standoff.
When I hear of modern patriots, I think of health care and public health workers, those fighting COVID-19 and HIV.
The ballot is a major tool for advancing HIV policies, but Senate Republican blocked the Freedom to Vote Act.
There’s more to consider in Georgia than this week’s runoff elections—for example, its HIV epidemic and LGBTQ health equity.
HIV/AIDS and human advocates respond to the results of the 2020 presidential election.
Amid rising HIV and COVID-19 rates, Native people have become more active in voting rights and politics.
From drug decriminalization to abortion rights, these measures will affect our work to end the HIV epidemic.
“We stand ready for the fight and are happy to have an ally in the White House.”
With bipartisan support, ending the HIV epidemic is achievable.
How members of Vote Positive USA make an impact in battleground states.
The stakes in this election have rarely been higher for people living with HIV.
A lot is at stake, including access to health care and housing.
With appropriate precautions, voting in person carries little risk.
Join a week of activities leading up to the virtual march in Washington, DC, on Saturday, October 3.
“The issue is AIDS. Where do the candidates stand on education, health care, discrimination? Your vote is a weapon. Use it. We are at war!”
HIV/AIDS and human rights groups have taken to social media to remind us of the various ways we can cast our ballots safely.
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