Archive for June, 2012

Join Us for the We Can End AIDS March in Washington, D.C.

Join Us for the We Can End AIDS March in Washington, D.C.

| June 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

7/24: PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV & ALLIES TO OCCUPY D.C. DURING INTERNATIONAL AIDS CONFERENCE, CONVERGING ON WHITE HOUSE TO DEMAND AN END TO THE EPIDEMIC   Over 30,000 — DC residents, US activists from across the country & global delegates alike – to march to illuminate the social and economic costs of putting profit in [...]

Continue Reading

Spotlighting Heroes Fighting for Human Rights & Harm Reduction

Spotlighting Heroes Fighting for Human Rights & Harm Reduction

| June 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

What happens if you have 40,000 people coming to Washington DC for an international AIDS conference, months of scheming by the top grassroots AIDS activists groups in the country, and over five dozen busloads and vanloads of people with HIV and other activists from around the US coming to town for a day? And then [...]

Continue Reading

Why the Robin Hood Tax? It’s not just the tights and funny hats:  A personal/political perspective after 20+ years of AIDS activism

Why the Robin Hood Tax? It’s not just the tights and funny hats: A personal/political perspective after 20+ years of AIDS activism

| June 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

I am so grateful to get to collaborate with the diverse, feisty and creative HIV Prevention Justice Alliance, and work on our 2012 Action Agenda. And for me, one of the most exciting parts of this Agenda is the Robin Hood Tax Campaign, which launched in the United States this month. This is a big campaign that [...]

Continue Reading

Why We Believe We Can End AIDS

| June 22, 2012 | 0 Comments

Continue Reading

Introducing the Robin Hood Tax

Introducing the Robin Hood Tax

| June 22, 2012 | 0 Comments

Chris Martin (Coldplay), Mark Ruffalo (Avengers, The Kids Are Alright), Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine) and economist Jeffrey Sachs star alongside ordinary Americans in calling for a Robin Hood Tax. The Robin Hood Tax campaign is calling for a tax of less than half of 1% on Wall Street transactions that could generate hundreds [...]

Continue Reading