A second chance for a man living with HIV to fight deportation to his native Honduras. The 7th Circuit has asked the immigration judge to reconsider his request to stay in the US due to hostility and persecution he would face were he to return because of his HIV status and the perception that he is gay. The immigration judge suggested he would be safe if he hid his HIV status as well as the characteristics that would lead people to think he was gay, a suggestion the circuit court rejected.
On December 20, 2016, the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, issued a decision reversing the conviction of Michael Johnson and remanded his case for a new trial. This decision is a step towards justice
This weekend, Center for HIV Law and Policy Staff will be presenting at the 2017 Creating Change Conference in Philadelphia. Sponsored and organized by the National LGBTQ Task Force, Creating Change is an annual political, leadership and skills-building conference for the LGBTQ social justice movement.
Californians for HIV Criminalization Reform: A Case Study Friday, January 20th Workshop Session 2: 10:45am-12:15pm Location: Room 30