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TheBody Presents: Criminalization Lessons from HIV to COVID-19 (April 15, 2020)

April 15, 2020
2:00 PM ET
via TheBody

TheBody Presents: Policing Pandemics
Criminalization Lessons from HIV to COVID-19

An in-depth panel discussion on the dangers of criminalization during the COVID-19 pandemic featuring a panel of public health and law experts.

Moderated by senior editor Kenyon Farrow and associate editor Mathew Rodriguez


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The Reunion Project : COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and People Living with HIV: Information and Support Webinars (March 20 and March 24, 2020)

via The Reunion Project and PWN-USA

The Reunion Project is the national alliance of Long-Term Survivors that serves as a convener, connecting individuals and communities. We are all feeling the stress and worry of today - and many of us are feeling anxious and even experiencing trauma as the events and personal stories unfold surrounding the novel coronavirus pandemic.

In response to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak,...

WEBINAR: Guide to State-level Organizing: HIV Criminalization and Reform (March 25, 2020)

March 25, 2020
3:00 PM ET
via The Center for HIV Law & Policy and the Positive Justice Project Advisory Group

Please join us to:

  • Review guiding principles for building local leadership and direct advocacy strategies to end disease-specific criminal laws
  • Learn about reforms that didn't go far enough and the
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Reunion Latina 2020 (March 19 - 20, 2020)

March 19-20, 2020
New York, NY
via Latino Commission on AIDS

The Latino Commission on AIDS has hosted Reunion Latina since 1996 and has provided a space for providers and stakeholders to discuss ways to improve services, share strategies on how to overcome health challenges, unify our efforts to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic, address viral Hepatitis and STIs and craft a common vision to eliminate health disparities in...

Registration Now Open: National Hispanic/Latinx Health Leadership Summit (March 2-3, 2020)

March 2 - 3, 2020
2:00pm EDT
via Latino Commission on AIDS

The National Hispanic/Latinx Health Leadership Summit will focus on critical national health issues and recommendations on HIV, viral hepatitis, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), substance use and mental health. The purpose for developing a National Hispanic/Latinx Health Action Agenda is to provide a national framework that will contain short, medium and long-term objectives, and recommendations...

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

October 23, 2019

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...

Through Positive Eyes Opening Celebration - October 5, 2019

Saturday, October 5, 2019
6:00 - 9:00pm
Fowler Museum
308 Charles E Young Drive North
Los Angeles, CA 90024

via Fowler Museum at UCLA

A Girl Like Me blogger Porchia Dees featured in the opening night celebration of "Through Positive Eyes: Our Photos | Our HIV Stories"

Photography, video, and live storytelling components produced by people living with HIV and AIDS offer intimate access...

WEBINAR: The U=U Message and Movement - October 3, 2019

October 3, 2019
2:00pm EDT
via Latino Commission on AIDS

U=U is a growing international movement to share the fact that people living with HIV on treatment with an undetectable viral load cannot transmit HIV to sexual partners. U=U is based on the principle that all people living with HIV have a right to accurate and meaningful information about their social, sexual, and reproductive health based on science...


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WomenNow! Webinar and Virtual Summit - January 29, 2021

January 29, 2021
11:00am - 2:00pm ET
via SisterLove, Inc. and SisterSong

We envision a world in which all Black women – cisgender, transgender and gender nonconforming Black women – are heard, trusted and respected. We are working to ensure our wants and needs are met in order to create and live within circumstances that allows us to thrive!

Owning HIV Presents: HIV in Young, Black America - November 18, 2020

November 18, 2020
12:00 - 1:00pm ET
via Merck and Prevention Access Campaign

On November 18th at 12-1pm ET, Merck and Prevention Access Campaign are hosting Owning HIV Presents: HIV in Young, Black America, a free LIVE and on-demand webinar and Q&A to discuss HIV among young adults in the U.S., with particular focus on the Black and African American community, which is disproportionately impacted by HIV.

Decriminalizing HIV: An ACT UP NY Webinar - October 29, 2020

October 29, 2020
6:00 pm ET
via The Center for HIV Law and Policy (CHLP)

CHLP's Amir Sadeghi joins this ACT UP NY webinar on Thursday, October 29th at 6pm ET to unpack the criminalization of people living with HIV, and provide a national-legal overview of reforms to disease-specific criminal law. With that background, you will also hear from state-level advocates on reform campaigns in Nevada and Virginia, giving additional perspective on lessons you can incorporate into your own HIV decriminalization advocacy.

Positive Change II: Dismantling Racism in the HIV Workplace - October 29 - 30, 2020

October 29 - 30, 2020
via AIDS Foundation of Chicago

What will it take to end white supremacist structures and systems in our work?

The conference is Thursday October 29 and Friday October 30 and features four AMAZING speakers - Dr. Camara Phyllis Jones, Dr. Russell Brewer, Dr. Sheldon Fields, and Dr. Tonia Poteat.

Webinar: Criminalization and U=U: The Role of Viral Suppression in Criminal Law Reform - September 22, 2020

September 22, 2020
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM ET
via Center for HIV Law & Policy and Positive Justice Project Advisory Group

In this webinar hosted by the Positive Justice Project Advisory Group, panelists will dig deep into the mix of perspectives on how best to use the remarkable advances in HIV treatment and preventative tools in their advocacy to reform HIV criminal laws. Panelists will share their intimate levels of expertise on changing the narrative about people living with HIV, “treatment as prevention” (TasP), and incorporating principles of racial and gender justice into HIV criminal-legal reforms.

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