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AUG09

Uniting Faith Communities in the Fight Against HIV

Khadijah Abdullah, the Executive Director of RAHMA (Reaching All HIV-positive Muslims in America), is a powerful advocate for people living with HIV and a founder and lead organizer in the inaugural Faith HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NFHAAD), which will be held on August 27. We caught up with Khadijah Abdullah to learn more about her work and the upcoming awareness day.

Posted By: Sarah Hashmall, Communications Manager - Wednesday, August 09, 2017


AUG03

AIDS United is Moving

AIDS United is thrilled to announce that as of August 28 we will move two blocks to our new home at 1101 14th Street, NW. The new, modern space will allow us to expand our work ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the United States.

Posted By: AIDS United - Thursday, August 03, 2017


JUL25

Let Trans People Lead

Emmett Patterson is the CBA specialist for the AIDS United Getting to Zero program. He recently facilitated conversations at the Trans Think Tank, convened by AIDS United, that resulted in the consensus statement, Stepping Up: Best Practices in providing HIV Medical Care, Support Services, and Funding to Trans Communities. We caught up with Emmett to learn more about his experience at the Think Tank, the consensus statement, and his passion for trans and health justice.

Posted By: Sarah Hashmall, Communications Manager - Tuesday, July 25, 2017


JUL21

The Zombie Bill Is Back: ACA Repeal and Replace Bill Refuses To Die

It. Just. Won't. Die. After 2 conservative Republicans came out against the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA) on Monday evening, it seemed for all the world like the Senate health care bill was on its last legs. However, after an impromptu lunch meeting at The White House consisting of equal parts carrot and stick, the Senate GOP has revived the BCRA and is trying once more to pass a bill that would uninsure at least 22 million people.

Posted By: AIDS United, Policy Department - Friday, July 21, 2017


JUL19

Embodying the Principles of MIPA: It’s More Than HIV Status

Naina Khanna recently collaborated with AIDS United to help create new tool on Meaningful Involvement of People Living with HIV/AIDS (MIPA). We caught up with Naina to learn more about MIPA, ways that organizations can better embody the MIPA principals, and her motivations for social justice work.

Posted By: Sarah Hashmall, Communications Manager - Wednesday, July 19, 2017


JUL11

Meet Valerie Rochester, Vice President of Strategic Grantmaking and Capacity Building at AIDS United

Valerie L. Rochester began her tenure as vice president of strategic grantmaking and capacity building at AIDS United on June 1, 2017. Valerie has used her 25 years as a leading wellness architect to provide programmatic, administrative, and technical support services in the public health field. Her passion for other people’s health and well-being has guided her both professionally and personally, instilling in her the drive to bring about change and to serve as a purposeful disruptor. We sat down with Valerie to learn more about her life and her work.

Posted By: Sarah Hashmall, Communications Manager - Tuesday, July 11, 2017


JUN28

We Keep Fighting for You|Protecting Our Care

Thanks to you (yes you) AIDS United and a large group of advocates sent a compelling message to lawmakers who shelved a vote on TrumpCare until after the July 4th Holiday. We won a battle, but the war to save health care continues.

Posted By: AIDS United - Wednesday, June 28, 2017


JUN21

Syringe Services: A Critical Piece to Ending the HIV Epidemic

In April, I visited the Austin Harm Reduction Coalition (AHRC), a Syringe Access Fund grantee. Syringe exchange is currently illegal in Texas and AHRC’s dedicated team of staff and volunteers face the risk of legal action every day. They operate the exchange through a mobile unit, disposing of used syringes and providing new equipment and wound care. They also cooperate with another organization in-house to run an STI, HIV, and hepatitis C testing clinic once a week out of their office space. People who test positive are connected to care. AHRC’s work is vital to ending the HIV epidemic, especially given societal hurdles.

Posted By: Zach Ford, Program Manager - Wednesday, June 21, 2017


JUN15

Meet John E. Roane Jr., Vice President of Operations at AIDS United

John E. Roane Jr. began his tenure as vice president of operations at AIDS United on May 15, 2017. We sat down with John to learn more about what motivates him to do this work and what he looks forward to in his new role.

Posted By: Sarah Hashmall, Communications Manager - Thursday, June 15, 2017


JUN05

How Did We Get Here? Reflections on HIV Long-Term Survivors Day

Joseph (Joe) Interrante, a long-term HIV survivor, is Chief Executive Officer of Nashville CARES. He made AIDS his life work after his first life partner’s illness and death from AIDS in Boston in 1983. We caught up with Joe to discuss the importance of HIV Long-Term Survivors Day and learn about his work.

Posted By: Sarah Hashmall, Communications Manager - Monday, June 05, 2017



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