"I know, one day, we will all end HIV and stigma," Cat Palladino writes. "But until then be ready for me because I don't give up. I'm a survivor, I'm a warrior, I am HIV positive, and I stand proud."
PWN-USA has developed a template for an email you can send to folks you want to reach out to, which focuses on health care as a nonpartisan issue that fundamentally affects everyone.
A brilliant, powerful poem by PWN-USA policy fellow Shyronn Jones as an HIV advocate fighting the AHCA.
Most HIV drugs have little or no impact on the effectiveness of hormonal contraceptives, with the possible exception of Sustiva (efavirenz).
A gaggle of girls shuffle into Florence Anam's office for their monthly mentoring chat. A few describe their carefree childhoods and their world crumbling when they found out they were living with HIV.
The AHCA was passed by the House earlier this month. The bill is already giving many people living with HIV nightmares: it could leave many of them uninsured or underinsured and unable to access the care they rely on. Some are fighting back.
All Tracy Johnson wants for Mother’s Day is to be with her youngest son. With a great legal team, PWN-USA says, they have a real chance to get justice.
Donate as much or as little as you can afford to help send incarcerated mothers home in time for Mother's Day.
HIV-Positive Women Overwhelmingly Report Leading Healthier, More Self-Assured Lives Thanks to The Well Project
Since its founding in 2002, it's helped hundreds of thousands of women living with HIV. Get the stories behind the statistics on The Well Project.
"Colorado Advocacy Day was a huge success on April 21st," Barb Cardell writes. "This early chance to discuss the science of HIV, basics of advocacy, language and partnership with CORA organizations gave us a strong base from which to grow."