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AIDS groups counter that such a move is “deeply harmful and even illegal.”
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Join a week of activities leading up to the virtual march in Washington, DC, on Saturday, October 3.
An open letter to elected officials spells out why racial justice must be a part of our work to end the HIV epidemic.
Here’s how the nation’s capital remains on track despite COVID-19.
As president and CEO of AIDS United, Jesse Milan Jr. works tirelessly to end the HIV epidemic in the United States.
Funding will support the DC Cohort, the “largest citywide study of people living with HIV in the United States.”
Systemic racism goes beyond our police. The HIV movement, like the rest of the world, has some serious soul-searching to do.
A community leader and academic, Simmons also led the DC-based HIV nonprofit Us Helping Us. He died of prostate cancer.
Because this year’s lobbying event had to be virtual, people with mobility issues were able to participate, writes Wanda Brendle-Moss.
At One Tent Health, college students provide HIV testing and PrEP to underserved neighborhoods in Washington, DC.
They began their national health summit in DC by honoring a trans woman recently murdered in Puerto Rico.
The newly renamed BHT Foundation has given over $3.5 million to 196 nonprofits.
Register now for AIDSWatch 2020, which takes place March 30 and 31 in Washington, DC.
This “is proof that you can take any personal challenge and turn it into a positive,” says the DC advocate.
Funding arrives via Gilead Sciences and its TRANScend Community Impact Fund.
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