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FEB07

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: Recognizing Our Resilience

THis National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Dayoffers a national platform to not only re-focus the nation’s attention on the toll this disease has had on the African American community, but to also elevate the dialogue around the issues that are the drivers of HIV infection rates in our communities. But while so much of the discussion around race and HIV seems to conjure up negative perceptions about people in the communities most impacted, today I want to pose a more positive framing for the discussion. We must recognize and trust in the resilience and abilities of Black and brown people lead the way in identifying and applying strategies to end HIV in our communities.

Posted By: Valerie Rochester, Vice President for Program Strategy - Wednesday, February 07, 2018


DEC19

Our Top Blogs and Articles from 2017

Looking for some holiday reading? Check out these pieces from the past year!

Posted By: Sarah Hashmall, Communications Manager - Tuesday, December 19, 2017


OCT04

Continuing Forward: Leadership For Now

I got a call in May 2016. “Jesse we are searching for the interim President & CEO of AIDS United…. Are you interested?” Without missing a heartbeat, I thought to myself, “You must do this – now!” My life changed immediately. I could never have predicted all the other changes coming in 2016. For all of us living with, working for, and affected by HIV in America, 2016 was a year of unexpected change.

Posted By: Jesse Milan, Jr, President & CEO, AIDS United - Wednesday, October 04, 2017


MAY01

My Voice Can Affect Change

I got to be a part of AIDSWatch through a scholarship provided by the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation. This one event has changed my life in so many ways and has given me the confidence to speak out against the stigma that is placed upon people with HIV/AIDS and how budget cuts on programs that help fund housing, medicine, and education affect not only me, but others living with HIV/AIDS.

Posted By: LaWanda Wilkerson - Monday, May 01, 2017


APR11

All Women, All Rights at AIDSWatch 2017!

No one thing is as important as our advocacy, and AIDSWatch makes it possible for us to meet the very elected decision makers of our great country. Consider it a privilege, and I hope to see you there next year, where together, we shall overcome!

Posted By: Jada Cardona, Transitions Louisiana - Tuesday, April 11, 2017


APR05

A First-Time Peek from the Hill at AIDSWatch 2017

The energy of the tribe of my fellow HIV advocates at AIDSWatch 2017 echoed the heartbeat of those we have lost from the beginning of the epidemic. I was honored to walk to halls of the Capitol building and speak for those lives, my life with every congressperson and staffer I met. Our collective voices together are the rhythm of that heartbeat that will spark change and become a deafening war cry to our legislators if they don’t listen to us.

Posted By: Kamaria Laffrey, Positive Women's Network - USA, SERO Project - Wednesday, April 05, 2017


MAR22

Peer Support: A Critical Piece of the Puzzle

Peers play a critical role in the care of people living with HIV and helping them navigate their health care. This fall, AIDS United began an initiative through HRSA’s Special Projects of National Significance replicating four linkage and retention in care interventions, one on which focuses specifically on the integration of peer support for women of color living with HIV.

Posted By: Erin Nortrup, Director of Program Operations - Wednesday, March 22, 2017


MAR08

Positive Organizing Shero: Teresa Sullivan

Teresa Sullivan is an HIV educator and advocate. She has worked with Philadelphia FIGHT for the past 10 years and is a board member of the Positive Women’s Network-USA (PWN-USA) and an active member of the PWN-USA Philadelphia chapter. Her work is grounded in activism, and she strives to make sure that people living with HIV can live free from stigma and discrimination. We were privileged to speak with Teresa in recognition of her work and Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. This interview is a part of the series Positive Organizing Sheroes - Highlighting Women Making a Difference.

Posted By: Sarah Hashmall, Communications Manager - Wednesday, March 08, 2017


MAR07

Positive Organizing Shero: Satrise Tillman

Satrise Tillman is a community leader and mentor in Detroit, MI. She has been living with HIV since September 2011 and recognized the need for more Trans women living with HIV to be in leadership roles in her community. Recently, she has been working closely with Bré Anne Campbell to open Sista Space, a safe space led by and for Trans women supported by the Positive Organizing Project, in collaboration with UNIFIED-HIV Health and Beyond. In recognition of Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we had the opportunity to connect with Satrise to learn more about herself and her work in the HIV field. This interview is a part of the Positive Organizing Sheroes - Highlighting Women Making a Difference.

Posted By: Sarah Hashmall, Communications Manager - Tuesday, March 07, 2017


MAR06

Positive Organizing Shero: Cindy Krampah

Cindy Krampah recently graduated from Rutgers with a degree in public health, and has been an administrative intern at the International Community of Women – North America since September 2016. In her role, she helps organize and run trainings and advocacy events for women living with HIV. In recognition of Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we had the opportunity to connect with Cindy to learn more about herself and her work in the HIV field. This interview is a part of the series Positive Organizing Sheroes - Highlighting Women Making a Difference.

Posted By: Sarah Hashmall, Communications Manager - Monday, March 06, 2017



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