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AIDS United CEO: Phillips great choice to run White House Office of National AIDS Policy

Biden praised for bringing HIV policy back to White House


Remembering HIV advocate and filmmaker Marco Castro-Bojorquez

Following the death of HIV advocate and filmmaker Marco Castro-Bojorquez, Carl Baloney Jr., AIDS United’s vice president and chief advocacy officer, issued the following statement.


AIDS United's CEO responds to Chauvin's guilty verdict

Jesse Milan, president and CEO of AIDS United issued the following statement after Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer who killed George Floyd, was found guilty of murder.


AIDS United's CEO responds to the killing of Daunte Wright

Jesse Milan Jr., president and CEO of AIDS United, issued the following statement after police killed Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.


Gilead chooses profits over prevention

What Gilead proposes goes against the goal of ending the HIV epidemic in the United States. This policy will limit community-based organizations’ ability to expand access to care for vulnerable communities, with a disproportionate impact on people of color.


National Research Project Bundles Interventions to Make More Aggressive Gains in Black Women’s Health

The University of Massachusetts Lowell, in collaboration with AIDS United, and the Center for Innovation in Social Work & Health (CISWH) at Boston University’s School of Social Work (BUSSW), have been tapped to lead a national, first-of-its-kind project to evaluate and disseminate bundled evidence-informed and trauma-informed interventions for Black women with HIV.


Advocates gather virtually for 28th annual AIDSWatch

The first day of AIDSWatch 2021 was held virtually Monday.


Fund for Resilience, Equity and Engagement awards second round of funding

AIDS United announced the second round of awards totaling more than $3.1 million through the Fund for Resilience, Equity and Engagement to 13 organizations serving Black gay, bisexual, queer and same-gender-loving men and transgender and gender-nonconforming people throughout the United States.


HIV organizations announce Racial Justice Index to remedy disconnect between HIV leadership and community impact

Leading up to National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, AIDS United and its Public Policy Council, composed of 55 of the nation's leading organizations dedicated to ending HIV, are announcing they have launched the Racial Justice Index. AIDS United is working collaboratively with the Black AIDS Institute, a Public Policy Council member, to guide this work. After the summer of 2020 that ushered in a racial reckoning in America, this novel initiative aims to create awareness — and eventually sustainable change — around the misalignment between who holds power and resources in HIV organizations and the epidemic’s disproportionate impact on Black Americans.


Southern HIV Impact Fund awards fourth round of funding

Today, the Southern HIV Impact Fund announced its fourth round of awards. Totaling more than $2.6 million, these funds will support 42 organizations, the majority of which were renewed from the previous cycle. The Southern HIV Impact Fund supports organizations working to end HIV’s persistent and worsening impact on the United States South, with a focus on serving the most vulnerable and marginalized communities in states that rarely receive funding proportional to their burden of the epidemic, including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.

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