The Fight Against HIV/AIDS is Not Over.
As treatment and medicines have greatly improved the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS, we must never forget that the fight to end AIDS is not over. Despite these advancements, over 1 Million people around the globe died due to complications of HIV/AIDS in 2016 alone. Additionally, many millions who are infected still remain undiagnosed and out of care. In the months leading up to World AIDS Day (December 1st), it is important to celebrate the achievements and advancements made, but also remember the lives lost, and all the work we have yet to accomplish.
The fight against HIV/AIDS is winnable, but will take a steadfast and fervent approach. We at AHF are ready and will continue to treat over 800,000 people globally and continue our testing and prevention work. Together, we can bring the HIV/AIDS epidemic to an end.
We at AIDS Healthcare Foundation proudly and firmly say today and every day that we stand against hate. This is one of those moments in history when people will look back and ask where you stood. Join AHF and #StandAgainstHate
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check back here for a list of our #STANDAGAINSTHATE open forums:
OAKLAND OPEN FORUM
Date: Friday, August 25
Address: 1721 Broadway #201
Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: (510) 698-9370
BATON ROUGE OPEN FORUM
Date: Saturday September 2
Venue: Goodwood Library
Address: 7711 Goodwood Blvd
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
Phone: (225) 231-3700
In response to the tragedy in Charlottesville and its turbulent, eye-opening aftermath—a tragedy which exposed a national moral crisis rending the country the scale of which has not been seen for more than half-century— AHF has launched a new national advocacy campaign to take on the hatred, racism and burgeoning white supremacy movement so brutally unmasked by Charlottesville and its aftermath.
#StandAgainstHate features a national billboard campaign rolling out in Los Angeles and multiple AHF regions over the next few weeks, a social media campaign, and community forums and talkback sessions in select cities around the country where AHF has a presence.
The primary target of the hate groups in Virginia—racial and ethnic minorities—are also among key populations that AHF cares for and serves in 14 states and the District of Columbia across the country and 38 other countries around the globe.
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