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#NWGHAAD2019: Prevention starts with me!

The theme of this year’s #NWGHAAD, National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, is “HIV prevention starts with me.” This theme is an important reminder about personal accountability in a culture that often demonizes people living with HIV and AIDS, especially women, girls, and LGBTQ people. Criminalization of people living with HIV and AIDS is […]

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Upcoming webinar in honor of Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day!

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#NBHAAD2019: Together for Love

Today is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Our post last year discussed the many ways in which Black Americans have been disproportionately impacted by HIV and AIDS, and implored reflection on the societal barriers that prevent those affected from getting the support that they need.  Given the disproportionate impact of HIV and AIDS on Black […]

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PWN Cares – Upcoming “Dating with HIV” Webinar featuring WORLD Staff!

Positive Women’s Network is kicking off 2019 with the 6th installment of their PWNCares multimedia series by and for women living & dating with HIV. 5 awesome, dynamic women living with HIV, including trans, cis, queer and heterosexual women, share their experiences with dating, romance, and sex post-diagnosis.  The full video launches on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, […]

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Upcoming Sister Circle Meeting!

  Calling all my sisters! It’s a new year, and Sister Circle is still going strong. Our group, open to trans women living with HIV, is at WORLD house every 4th Saturday of the month (so mark your calendars for January 26th)!

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Congratulations to Black AIDS Institute and Raniyah Copeland!

This month, Black AIDS Institute named Raniyah Copeland as their new President and CEO. Raniyah Copeland has been with Black AIDS Institute for over 10 years, doing incredible work to fight the impacts of HIV and AIDS in the Black community, who are vastly disproportionately affected by the virus. We are inspired by her intersectional approach […]

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