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First-Person Stories From HIV-Positive People

Leanna: Born With HIV
Leanna, also known as Allison, was born with HIV. She's 15 years old and already does public speaking about HIV. She lives with her HIV-positive mom and HIV-negative sister. To contact her, click here.
The Positive Project

Since its founding in 2000, The Positive Project has collected more than 100 first-person stories told by people infected or affected by HIV/AIDS. These stories are used to reduce stigma, raise awareness, promote prevention, encourage testing and enhance care.

To learn more about The Positive Project, click here or visit the official Web site to watch more videos. You can also listen to or read our interview with Dr. Tony Miles, co-founder of The Positive Project.



Leanna: Born With HIV
Leanna, also known as Allison, was born with HIV. She's 15 years old and already does public speaking about HIV. She lives with her HIV-positive mom and HIV-negative sister. To contact her, click here.

Jessica: Mother and Activist
Jessica has been positive for 11 years. In this interview, she recounts what happened when she first was diagnosed and how she fled into drugs and alcohol. She is now an HIV activist in Mississippi and regularly talks about her life with HIV. To contact Jessica, click here.

Kyle: Using Meditation and Prayer to Stay Focused
What's it like to be an American Indian with HIV? In this moving interview Kyle recounts his journey and the many difficulties he's had adjusting to his new status. To connect with Kyle, click here.

  
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