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CHLP joined the Fenway Institute in comments to HHS as part of the request for public comments on the Draft United States Core Data for Interoperability.
CHLP's Anne Kelsey and Dr. William M. Valenti authored this op-ed in Syracuse.com on Nushawn Williams and how science, not stigma, should guide the next steps in his case.

December 17th is the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, a day on which the sex worker community remembers victims of violence over the past year and calls attention to the social stigma, discrimination, and criminalization of sex work that have contributed to this violence. CHLP joins the sex work community’s fight to end violence and challenges the violence and harm that criminalization of both health status and consensual victimless conduct cause to sex workers.

CHLP's Amir Sadeghi moderates a World AIDS Day panel for the NYS Department of Health's Ending the Epidemic (ETE) Summit.
CHLP, NACDL, and the APA released a joint statement that recognizes the essential nature of the criminal legal system to society, and calls on those within that system, including all individuals living and working in the nation’s jails, prisons, and other detention facilities, to be prioritized in the COVID-19 vaccination process.

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