Welcome to the HIV Prevention Justice Alliance (HIV PJA)

We are a community of people living with HIV, activists, advocates, researchers, providers and policy-makers — 13,000 strong and growing — at the intersection of HIV/AIDS and social justice in the United States.

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Watch the webinar! – The stigma of HIV prevention

Watch the webinar! – The stigma of HIV prevention

| June 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

Download the slides! The consequences of stigma among people living with and vulnerable to HIV infection are significant and far-reaching. Stigma is frequently cited as a significant barrier to successful pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) awareness, access and utilization. Despite having been approved in the U.S. since 2012, only an estimated 4% of the 1.2 million adults […]

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Watch the webinar – Policing HIV, gender and sexuality: Recent data on criminal enforcement and conditions of confinement

Watch the webinar – Policing HIV, gender and sexuality: Recent data on criminal enforcement and conditions of confinement

| June 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

Missed yesterday’s webinar? Watch the webinar! Policing HIV, gender and sexuality: Recent data on criminal enforcement and conditions of confinement Download the slides! Yesterday, the LGBT/HIV Criminal Justice Working Group and HIV PJA collaborated on a webinar discussing how the policing of gender and sexuality pervades law enforcement, the operation of courts and the penal […]

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Watch and take action to urge CDC HIV prevention funding for the US South!

Watch and take action to urge CDC HIV prevention funding for the US South!

| March 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

Watched yesterday’s webinar? Take action! The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) decided recently to restrict eligibility for direct HIV prevention funding to community-based organizations (CBOs) located in a limited number of urban areas. As a result, the South has lost critical prevention funding. Take action by joining a letter-writing campaign from the Southern […]

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