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JUL27

AIDS United CEO honors the memory of Rep. John Lewis

Jesse Milan Jr., president and CEO of AIDS United, issued the following statement on the occasion of Rep. John Lewis’ arrival to the U.S. Capitol Monday to lie in state.





JUL21

Everyone who seeks care should get care.

Jesse Milan Jr., president and CEO of AIDS United, issued the following statement after the Office for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued guidance on civil rights protections during COVID-19 that neglected to mention sex, religion, gender identity and sexual orientation.





JUN19

An open letter to all elected officials

AIDS United, in honor of Juneteeth, is republishing today an open letter standing in solidarity with the current racial justice movement building momentum across the country. AIDS United, along with 53 members of its Public Policy Council, issued the letter earlier this month, and it was first published in HIV Plus Magazine. The letter is addressed to all elected officials, and has garnered 23 additional signers since it was first published.





JUN15

AIDS United's CEO responds to Supreme Court and Trump administration

Jesse Milan Jr., president and CEO of AIDS United, issued the following statement after the Supreme Court announced its decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, in which the court ruled that LGBTQ+ workers are protected from job discrimination, and in response to the Trump administration's new rule that allows discrimination against LGBTQ+ people.





MAY29

AIDS United CEO honors the memory of Ron Simmons

Ron Simmons, Ph.D., spent 24 years as president and CEO of Us Helping Us, People Into Living Inc., a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit that provided HIV prevention and support services for African Americans in the Washington area. He died May 28, 2020. Following the death of Simmons, Jesse Milan Jr., president and CEO of AIDS United, released the following statement.





MAY28

AIDS United's CEO mourns the passing of Larry Kramer

Following the death of Larry Kramer, longtime HIV/AIDS activist and Tony Award-winning playwright, Jesse Milan Jr., president and CEO of AIDS United, released the following statement





MAY27

AIDS United's CEO responds to violence against Black and transgender people

Jesse Milan Jr., president and CEO of AIDS United, released the following statement in response to violence against Black and transgender people.





APR10

AIDS United provides $25,000 to COVID-19 rapid response fund for Black and Brown transgender and gender-nonconforming communities

AIDS United first to give to a new initiative of the Transgender Strategy Center and Destination Tomorrow.





APR09

HIV Leadership Informs People Living with HIV about the Impact of COVID-19

Leading HIV organizations unite to ensure people with HIV receive detailed & culturally responsive information regarding COVID-19





APR02

Three Month Blood Donation Deferral Policy a Step in the Right Direction, But Perpetuates Discrimination

FDA Should Implement Scientifically Accurate, Risk-Based Deferral System for All Donors






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