AIDS United in the News

AIDS United's staff, programs and grantees were recently featured in several media outlets in advance and during the International AIDS Conference.

Outlook, BBC World Service, August 3, 2012
Radio Interview with Ronald Johnson about being a longterm survivor of HIV July 19, 2012
"Save Lives: End the HIV Stigma"
guest op-ed by Ronald Johnson, Vice President of Policy and Advocacy

The Root, July 20, 2012
"What HIV-Prevention Drug Means for Blacks"
By Linda Villarosa
AIDS United Vice President of Policy and Advocacy Ronald Johnson quoted in the article

The Washington Post, July 20, 2012
"For Americans with HIV, there are many obstacles to successful treatment"
by David Brown
AIDS United's Access to Care program mentioned in the context of the article about barriers to treatment

The Root DC - The Washington Post, July 23, 2012
"International AIDS Conference: Continuing the fight"
Guest op-ed by Caressa Cameron, AIDS United Mid-Atlantic Regional Organizer and Miss America 2010

The Washington Post, July 27, 2012
"For AIDS patients, learning to traverse the ‘cascade of care’ leads to long-term health"
by David Brown
Article featuring AIDS United Access to Care grantee Christie's Place, telling the story of a client who had successful health outcomes after getting into care. 

USA Today, June 17, 2012
"Many AIDS cases, few HIV specialists in South"
by Larry Copeland