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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.
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.
Registration is FREE for the first 4,000 community/non-profit registrants.
Systemic racism goes beyond our police. The HIV movement, like the rest of the world, has some serious soul-searching to do.
“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.
This week’s NMAC Hangout is with leaders committed to support the HIV infrastructure during and eventually after the COVID-19 outbreak.
It’s been a rough couple of days at NMAC. Multiple family members of staff have passed and, as you can imagine, we are devastated.
NMAC wants to hold an online hangout with a purpose, to talk about Coronavirus Emergency Loans for Nonprofits.
Check out these social media reactions to NMAC changing the name of its annual national conference.
These are scary and confusing times. It is understandable to hit the “pause’ button.
At NMAC, we are keeping a close eye on developments.
This is the ideal time to build coalitions with other communities to come to the table. We are much more powerful when we work together.
To end the epidemic, we need to honor the experience and hire people who live with HIV and AIDS day to day.
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