Tag: Positive Women’s Network
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 [...]
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 [...]
Where is the progress for women in the recently released 2 year Progress Report on the National HIV/AIDS Strategy?
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. [...]
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. [...]
This article has been cross-posted from the Positive Women’s Network (PWN) blog, a partner and ally of HIV PJA. To access the original posting and learn more about PWN, please click here. By Teresa Sullivan, Philadelphia, PA “The moment we begin to fear the opinions of others and hesitate to tell the truth that is [...]