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National Petition for Black Liberation

The New York Transgender Advocacy Group (NYTAG), in partnership with the Transgender Strategy Center (TSC), petitions any and all national organizations invested in the liberation of Black peoples to sign this petition. Only collectively will our demands for justice be heard.

Day of Action to End Violence Against Women Living with HIV - October 23, 2019

October 23, 2019
via PWN-USA

PWN established October 23 as a Day of Action to End Violence Against Women Living with HIV in 2014 in the wake of two brutal murders of women following disclosure of their HIV status. Over the past five years, we have used the Day of Action to raise awareness to the many different forms of violence faced by women and people of trans...

Urgent Need for Unused Unexpired Descovy, Atripla, Reyataz and Other Antiretrovirals

via AID FOR AIDS

"Here at AID FOR AIDS, we receive ongoing requests from people with HIV in the developing world who urgently need life-saving antiretrovirals. This year we have been helping many Venezuelan refugees who have found themselves without treatment upon arriving in neighboring Colombia. We can help most of the time thanks to the donations of unused unexpired antiretrovirals we receive from across the US. That...

Tell Your Senators: Demand an End to Family Separations Based on HIV, Immigration Status

via PWN-USA

The administration continues to terrorize immigrants, and their latest excuse is HIV. Last Thursday, Chief Brian Hastings of the U.S. Custom and Border Patrol (CBP) casually explained to Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) that CBP separates families at the border based on HIV status as a matter of policy. But federal guidance clearly states that HIV is no longer considered a communicable disease of public health...

Sign-On: Raise the Wage Act

via National Center for Lesbian Rights

Please consider adding your organization’s name to this letter urging members of Congress to support the Raise the Wage Act. The bill includes provisions to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 by 2024, phase out the outdated subminimum wage for tipped workers, phase out the subminimum wage for workers under 20, and sunset the subminimum wage for workers with...

Stonewall Is Now: National Day of Action - June 25, 2019

via Transgener Law Center

#StonewallIsNow: National Day of Action

Cities, companies, and organizations across the country are commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots with parties this June. But Stonewall never ended. Stonewall is now.

At least eleven Black trans women have been murdered this year—including Layleen Polanco, who died at Rikers because she couldn’t afford $500 bail. Two trans migrants have died due to ICE and...

Sign on: Letter to New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo from People Living with HIV

With great concern, we are writing to you today on behalf of the undersigned individuals. We are Davina Conner and Bryan C. Jones, and we are reaching out to you as an advocate/activist/radio host and a woman diagnosed with HIV for 21 years, and as a formerly incarcerated man who also is an activist and has been thriving with HIV for 34 years. We are on the steering committee of

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The Second Durban Declaration: Access Equity Rights - Now!

via International AIDS Society (IAS)

There has been remarkable progress in our response to AIDS since the global HIV community last convened in Durban in 2000. Curbing the spread of HIV was the first step . Accelerating investment and action on a robust human rights and social justice agenda is the next. 

Despite significant scientific advancements, we continue to encounter structural barriers that impede real world progress. Realizing...

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National Petition for Black Liberation

The New York Transgender Advocacy Group (NYTAG), in partnership with the Transgender Strategy Center (TSC), petitions any and all national organizations invested in the liberation of Black peoples to sign this petition. Only collectively will our demands for justice be heard.

Day of Action to End Violence Against Women Living with HIV - October 23, 2019

October 23, 2019
via PWN-USA

PWN established October 23 as a Day of Action to End Violence Against Women Living with HIV in 2014 in the wake of two brutal murders of women following disclosure of their HIV status. Over the past five years, we have used the Day of Action to raise awareness to the many different forms of violence faced by women and people of trans...

Urgent Need for Unused Unexpired Descovy, Atripla, Reyataz and Other Antiretrovirals

via AID FOR AIDS

"Here at AID FOR AIDS, we receive ongoing requests from people with HIV in the developing world who urgently need life-saving antiretrovirals. This year we have been helping many Venezuelan refugees who have found themselves without treatment upon arriving in neighboring Colombia. We can help most of the time thanks to the donations of unused unexpired antiretrovirals we receive from across the US. That...

Tell Your Senators: Demand an End to Family Separations Based on HIV, Immigration Status

via PWN-USA

The administration continues to terrorize immigrants, and their latest excuse is HIV. Last Thursday, Chief Brian Hastings of the U.S. Custom and Border Patrol (CBP) casually explained to Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) that CBP separates families at the border based on HIV status as a matter of policy. But federal guidance clearly states that HIV is no longer considered a communicable disease of public health...

Sign-On: Raise the Wage Act

via National Center for Lesbian Rights

Please consider adding your organization’s name to this letter urging members of Congress to support the Raise the Wage Act. The bill includes provisions to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 by 2024, phase out the outdated subminimum wage for tipped workers, phase out the subminimum wage for workers under 20, and sunset the subminimum wage for workers with...

Stonewall Is Now: National Day of Action - June 25, 2019

via Transgener Law Center

#StonewallIsNow: National Day of Action

Cities, companies, and organizations across the country are commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots with parties this June. But Stonewall never ended. Stonewall is now.

At least eleven Black trans women have been murdered this year—including Layleen Polanco, who died at Rikers because she couldn’t afford $500 bail. Two trans migrants have died due to ICE and...

Sign on: Letter to New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo from People Living with HIV

With great concern, we are writing to you today on behalf of the undersigned individuals. We are Davina Conner and Bryan C. Jones, and we are reaching out to you as an advocate/activist/radio host and a woman diagnosed with HIV for 21 years, and as a formerly incarcerated man who also is an activist and has been thriving with HIV for 34 years. We are on the steering committee of

...

The Second Durban Declaration: Access Equity Rights - Now!

via International AIDS Society (IAS)

There has been remarkable progress in our response to AIDS since the global HIV community last convened in Durban in 2000. Curbing the spread of HIV was the first step . Accelerating investment and action on a robust human rights and social justice agenda is the next. 

Despite significant scientific advancements, we continue to encounter structural barriers that impede real world progress. Realizing...

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