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CHLP is an abolitionist legal and policy organization that envisions and works for a world where HIV and other stigmatized health conditions are no longer criminalized but met with compassion and the resources to thrive.

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In March, CHLP Staff Attorneys Jada Hicks, Sean McCormick, and Kae Greenberg met with the new Criminalization and Discrimination Working Group in t

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CHLP Executive Director S. Mandisa Moore-O'Neal and Staff Attorney Kae Greenberg attended the American Society on Aging's 70th annual On Aging conference last week in San Francisco.
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This article by Ace Robinson in TheBody.com discusses our recent HIPAA webinar about how people's health information is shared, and what the implications are for PLHIV in a context of HIV surveillance and criminalization.
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Visionary Justice

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Information on HIV criminalization laws and policies in every state based on research for CHLP's Sourcebook on State and Federal HIV Criminal Law and Practice.

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