World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day 2017: How Far We’ve Come, How Momentous—but Fragile—Our Victories

Thirty-five years ago, the United States was just beginning to understand that the mysterious illness killing hundreds of mostly gay men, but also some hemophiliacs, women and infants. Before the end of the decade, the death rate would spike to [...]

2017-12-01T18:38:47+00:00 December 1st, 2017|HIV Awareness Days, World AIDS Day|0 Comments

Honoring the Legacy of the Obama Administration on HIV

December 1, 2016: This #WorldAIDSDay, Positive Women’s Network - USA honors President Obama’s legacy in addressing the domestic HIV epidemic. Over the past eight years, the Obama Administration has advanced essential human rights protections for people living with HIV while ensuring [...]

PWN-USA’s 2014 – 2016 Strategic Plan

Every day, PWN-USA inspires, informs and mobilizes women living with HIV to advocate for changes that improve our lives and uphold our rights.  In 2013, we went through an extensive strategic planning process and listened to hundreds of stakeholders.  Over [...]

On World AIDS Day, Getting to Zero Discrimination: Women with HIV Call for an End to Violence

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: Sonia Rastogi, December 1, 2013 Oakland, CA – “Violence takes many forms, including but not limited to physical and sexual violence. Violence includes laws that regulate our bodies and who we choose to love. Violence [...]

2013-12-01T09:00:12+00:00 December 1st, 2013|reproductive justice, Trauma, Violence, World AIDS Day|0 Comments