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National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2017

February 7th marks National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: A Day for the African American community to mobilize, talk, test, learn, and get involved as HIV/AIDS continues to be an epidemic in the African American community. How do we end the HIV epidemic in Black America? Join the Twitter Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, February 7, […]

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MLK Day Reflections From WORLD

On this day, let us remember not just a man but a leader, a believer, as well as a high achiever. Some say dreams come true, and Dr King’s “I Have A Dream” speech’s words ring loud in our bodies, minds, and spirits to this day as we look around in our home, our lives, […]

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Now Hiring: WORLD Associate Executive Director

Now Hiring: Associate Executive Director FLSA Status: Exempt   –    Full Time Position: Reporting to the Executive Director, the Associate Executive Director (AED) will be responsible for enhancing the internal organization processes, infrastructure and resources that will allow WORLD to continue to grow and fulfill its mission. To apply, send Resume, a Writing Sample,  and Cover Letter to […]

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WORLD’s 25th Anniversary Gallery & Recap

WORLD’s 25th Anniversary Celebration Thanks so much to everyone that made this event possible! It was a beautiful evening and a sold-out event; We could not have done it without you all. Honorees: Nena Bridges – “Rise Above HIV” Volunteer Award Jesse Brooks – “Rise Above HIV” Busting Stigma Award Kathryn Ruiz – “Rise Above HIV” […]

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  Check out the 30 For 30 Campaign’s blog for their series: “WHY I’M VOTING” Three Generations and the Right to Vote: Why I’m Voting by Melissa Torres-Montoya Living at the Intersections of Multiple Identities: Why I’m Voting by Jaspreet Chowdhary Voting for a More Inclusive America: Why I’m Voting by Winnie Ye   Get […]

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According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in 2014, almost 11,000 Latinos and Hispanics were diagnosed with HIV. That’s nearly a quarter of all new HIV diagnoses in the U.S. The rate of HIV diagnosis is four times higher for Latinas compared to white women and three times higher for Latino men than white […]

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