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DEC10

SMYAL has #PrideInPrevention

SMYAL (Supporting and Mentoring Youth Advocates and Leaders) empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth in the Washington, DC metropolitan region. Through youth leadership, SMYAL creates opportunities for LGBTQ youth to build self-confidence, develop critical life skills, and engage their peers and community through service and advocacy, including learning to become leaders in addressing the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Posted By: Sultan Shakir, Executive Director, SMYAL - Wednesday, December 10, 2014


DEC02

Hispanic Black Gay Coalition has #PrideInPrevention

The Hispanic Black Gay Coalition (HBGC) works to inspire and empower Hispanic, Latino, and Black LGBTQ communities to improve their lives through activism, education, outreach and counseling. Since 2009, we have worked to bring culturally grounded services and programs to the Greater Boston area. Some of our programs involve youth leadership development, support for survivors of partner abuse, identity support groups, and Gay-Straight Alliance support. Although HBGC is not a direct AIDS Service Organization (ASO), we believe all of our services and programs are preventative in nature and exist to empower and uplift those most at-risk for HIV/AIDS.

Posted By: Corey Yarbrough, Executive Director, Hispanic Black Gay Coalition (HBGC) - Tuesday, December 02, 2014


DEC01

A World AIDS Day Conversation: Darlene Nipper and Michael Kaplan

Darlene Nipper, National LGBTQ Task Force Deputy Executive Director with Michael Kaplan, President & CEO of AIDS United, discuss challenges and opportunities to end the HIV epidemic on World AIDS Day.

Posted By: AIDS United - Monday, December 01, 2014


MAY23

Next Steps for PrEP

In cities like San Francisco, where I sit, a relentless focus on increasing the number of HIV-positive people taking anti-retroviral medications early in infection has been primarily responsible for improvements in their health outcomes, and reducing HIV incidence. With new HIV cases numbering some 1,200 a year a decade ago, San Francisco now estimates that there will have been some 330 new cases in 2013. As a group of agencies develop a strategy for “Getting to Zero” in San Francisco, the plan’s architects firmly believe that PrEP could have an important effect on incidence, too.

Posted By: Dana Van Gorder, Executive Director, Project Inform - Friday, May 23, 2014


DEC11

B Poppin’ for Prevention

When we heard of making a video project based on the question of “What’s in Your HIV Toolbox?” our creative team went crazy with excitement. In the field of HIV Prevention, we constantly work to creatively reach out to the community – breaking down stigma associated with HIV/AIDS and spreading prevention messages. In addition, many of our communication to at-risk communities, especially young gay and bisexual men continues to evolve using social media, phone apps, video and texting. The video project provided a perfect platform to create a fun, yet educational video about HIV prevention.

Posted By: Chris Rudisill, Director of LGBT Community Center Services Metro Wellness and Community Centers - Wednesday, December 11, 2013





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