Tag: Positive Women’s Network

Sore Arms, No Voice but a Full Heart. The “We Can End AIDS” March in Washington D.C.

Sore Arms, No Voice but a Full Heart. The “We Can End AIDS” March in Washington D.C.

| July 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

This piece has been reposted from Positive Women’s Network, a partner of HIVPJA By Barb Cardell I came to DC totally prepared for the “We Can End AIDS” mobilization, I had my blue fabric to wave, my sensible shoes and even a water bottle.  What I missed in the planning was a sense of how incredible and [...]

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Recognize, Prioritize, and Formalize Grassroots Caregivers

Recognize, Prioritize, and Formalize Grassroots Caregivers

| July 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

This piece has been reposted from Positive Women’s Network, a partner of HIVPJA By: Claire Englund Photo credit: the Huairou Commission After witnessing the devastating effects that HIV/AIDS had on their communities in Africa in the 1980s, and experiencing the multiple stresses that come with caring for someone on their deathbed, home-based caregivers recognized the [...]

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Where is the progress for women in the recently released 2 year Progress Report on the National HIV/AIDS Strategy?

Where is the progress for women in the recently released 2 year Progress Report on the National HIV/AIDS Strategy?

| July 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

This piece has been re-posted from Positive Women’s Network, a partner of HIV Prevention Justice Alliance. By Naina Khanna July 13, 2012 marked the two-year release of President Obama’s National HIV/AIDS Strategy, and the 19th International AIDS Conference (“AIDS 2012”) started less than ten days later. The first such conference to take place on U.S. [...]

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My Spiritual Journey: Seeking to Eradicate Stigma

| July 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

This piece has been re-posted from Positive Women’s Network, a partner of HIV Prevention Justice Alliance. By Susan Mull Sunday, July 22, began as a spiritual journey for me.  Here I am at my third International Conference on AIDS, still seeking to eradicate the stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS, still seeking prevention justice, and still seeking treatment justice.  [...]

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