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Zach Galifianakis Grills Barack Obama on Healthcare, Disconcerting Diagnosis

Desmond Tutu: Two Steps Obama Can Take to Defeat AIDS
In POZ online’s latest op-ed, the Nobel Peace Prize winner urges the U.S. president to step up his game regarding international HIV/AIDS:

"President Barack Obama should be commended for uniting the world behind the goal of creating an AIDS-free generation. I share his passion and believe we can achieve this in the next decade—but only if we accelerate the provision of antiretrovirals to the poorest and most vulnerable people.”

Desmond Tutu: Two Steps Obama Can Take to Defeat AIDS

In POZ online’s latest op-ed, the Nobel Peace Prize winner urges the U.S. president to step up his game regarding international HIV/AIDS:

"President Barack Obama should be commended for uniting the world behind the goal of creating an AIDS-free generation. I share his passion and believe we can achieve this in the next decade—but only if we accelerate the provision of antiretrovirals to the poorest and most vulnerable people.

Dec 3
Doing it for the Dead
This year, the future looks more hopeful for people at risk for and living with HIV than ever. Science shows that an AIDS-free generation is viable with the tools and knowledge in our hands and heads today.
Read Regan’s blog here: http://blogs.poz.com/regan/2012/12/my_top_12_things_to.html

Doing it for the Dead

This year, the future looks more hopeful for people at risk for and living with HIV than ever. Science shows that an AIDS-free generation is viable with the tools and knowledge in our hands and heads today.

Read Regan’s blog here: http://blogs.poz.com/regan/2012/12/my_top_12_things_to.html

Nov 7
Four For Four: A More Perfect World
This election was a historic tug-of-war for America’s soul, with the Tea Party and its fear and hatreds on one end, and gays, blacks, Hispanics, Jews, women — all those who believe America’s diversity is its greatest strength — on the other. Our diversity won.
A blog from Peter Staley: http://blogs.poz.com/peter/archives/2012/11/four_for_four.html

Four For Four: A More Perfect World

This election was a historic tug-of-war for America’s soul, with the Tea Party and its fear and hatreds on one end, and gays, blacks, Hispanics, Jews, women — all those who believe America’s diversity is its greatest strength — on the other. Our diversity won.

A blog from Peter Staley: http://blogs.poz.com/peter/archives/2012/11/four_for_four.html

Debates disappoint

Disappointed that HIV never came up during the debates. Who do you think will serve the HIV community the best?

Advocates Ask Obama, Romney to Wear Purple on Spirit Day
Friday, October 19, is Spirit Day, which raises awareness about bullying. Anti-bullying advocates are asking President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney to both wear purple on Spirit Day to stand against bullying and support LGBT youth.
Read more: http://www.poz.com/articles/spirit_day_1_23054.shtml

Advocates Ask Obama, Romney to Wear Purple on Spirit Day

Friday, October 19, is Spirit Day, which raises awareness about bullying. Anti-bullying advocates are asking President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney to both wear purple on Spirit Day to stand against bullying and support LGBT youth.

Read more: http://www.poz.com/articles/spirit_day_1_23054.shtml

Robin Hood Tax Activists Seek Support From Obama, Romney

A coalition of activists seeking a Robin Hood Tax demonstrated outside the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York City before an October 18 dinner honoring President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

http://www.poz.com/articles/robin_hood_tax_1_23053.shtml

Fighting HIV/AIDS in America and around the world will require more than just fighting the virus. It will require a broader effort to make life more just and equitable.

- President Barack Obama (via blackaidsinstitute)

AIDS Activists in Prison Jumpsuits Protest at Presidential Debate

Over 200 activists from a coalition of AIDS groups demonstrated outside the October 16 presidential debate in Long Island, New York, to make the candidates aware of HIV criminalization

(Source: poz.com)

Oct 5
Hot on the Trail
AIDS activists are experts at bird-dogging, following political candidates and peppering them with questions about their positions on HIV/AIDS. In the upcoming presidential election—where one candidate threatens to eviscerate federal support for health care and the other advocates protecting it—activists wonder: Should we release the hounds?

Hot on the Trail

AIDS activists are experts at bird-dogging, following political candidates and peppering them with questions about their positions on HIV/AIDS. In the upcoming presidential election—where one candidate threatens to eviscerate federal support for health care and the other advocates protecting it—activists wonder: Should we release the hounds?

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