The Positive Women's Network of the United States of America (PWN-USA) is a network of HIV+ women and allies organizing and advocating for our rights -- and blogging all along the way.
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PWN-USA's Anand Kalra offers her "breakdown of what we can expect to happen if the proposed rule changes to define gender as birth-genitals, binary, and fixed go through."
Watch PWN's executive director Naina Khanna, who was among hundreds of protesters demonstrating against confirmation of Trump's Supreme Court nominee in Washington, D.C., take on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
In its latest attack on the most vulnerable Americans, the Trump administration announced a proposal that, if implemented, would intimidate and seek to punish immigrants for accessing -- or even being perceived as potentially needing -- nutrition, ho...
They cite danger for potential participants and human rights violations in the U.S. under the Trump administration.
"Today I thrive living with HIV," Angel Stetson writes. "I have adjusted to a new way of life as I care for my human condition."
The long-anticipated HIV Is Not a Crime III Training Academy took place June 3-6 Indianapolis. What a remarkable three days it was!
Hacemos un llamado a la redistribución de servicios, a detonar voz y poder político en apoyo de los inmigrantes, quienes dia a dia son el blanco de políticas públicas llenas de odio y una narrativa inhumana, peligrosa, que amenaza la vida misma.
A call to marshal our full resources, voice and political power in support of immigrants targeted by hateful policies and dangerous, dehumanizing rhetoric.
A founding member of Positive Women's Network - USA, Pat Kelly has been an advocate and leader for over twenty years.
A resource to provide people living with HIV with knowledge and information to protect themselves from being prosecuted and/or criminalized under discriminatory HIV-specific laws.