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HIV Criminalization: Know Your Rights

January 4, 2018

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Legal Support and Resources


National Networks for Support and Advocacy for People Living With HIV

For Pregnant People

For Parents

For Sex Workers

For IPV Survivors

For LGBTQ people of color

For People Who Use Drugs

Additional Resources

PWN-USA would like to acknowledge and thank the following individuals for their contributions to this guide:

J. Mercedes Cardona (Transitions Louisiana)

Cammie Dodson (AIDS Legal Referral Panel)

Robert Suttle (SERO Project)

Kathryn Boulton (Center for HIV Law & Policy)

Carly Calhoun (SisterLove, Inc.)

Monique Howell (PWN-USA South Carolina)

Ashley Slye (National Network to End Domestic Violence)

Monique Tula (Harm Reduction Coalition)

Dot Goldberger (National Clearinghouse for the Defense of Battered Women)

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