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Women and girls who are living with HIV/AIDS wear many hats. We are mothers, sisters, aunts, grandmothers, wives, caretakers, friends–and the many hats can go on and on. National Women and Girls HIV/...
Submitted on Mar 9, 2017
Mariatmejia's picture
What a whirlwind these past months have been!! I want to start by thanking The Well Project for helping me attend so many of these very important events, conferences and summits!
Submitted on Nov 3, 2016
tj30trust's picture
I am home from the United States Conference on AIDS, and I’m reflecting over how not only was it my first USCA, but it provided me innumerable and invaluable opportunities to expound upon my advocacy...
Submitted on Sep 23, 2016
tj30trust's picture
As far as my advocacy is concerned, I firmly believe there is no big I and little You. I recently attended the Desiree Alliance Conference in New Orleans, LA from July 10-14 although the conference officially ended on July 15.
Submitted on Jul 27, 2016
tj30trust's picture
My heart is so full right now. Can I just say that and get it out of the way? One special, loving, kind and devoted advocate just gave me the spiritual sustenance to fight another day.
Submitted on Mar 23, 2016
boseolotu's picture
My planned activities in my role as Global Ambassador for 2016 is to bring HIV/AIDS education and information to young girls in school and out of school.
Submitted on Mar 19, 2016
Arianna77's picture
Many transgender people come to the US to escape violence or persecution in the country where they were born only to have similar problems in the United States. It is hard at times for trans...
Submitted on Mar 16, 2016
Arianna77's picture
Muchas personas transgéneros vienen a los EE.UU. para escapar de la violencia o persecución en el país donde nacieron solo para tener problemas similares en los Estados Unidos. A los inmigrantes...
Submitted on Mar 16, 2016
tj30trust's picture
Have you ever experienced something that left you feeling and questioning, "Did that really just happen?"
Submitted on Feb 15, 2016
Aryah Lester's picture
I live in the basement: the lowest floor of the social systems we have here in America. Above me live the middle-class: not concerned with the trials of the lower class; the privileged: living in a...
Submitted on Feb 12, 2016

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