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CHLP Executive Director S. Mandisa Moore-O’Neal talks with the Body about why it’s time for HIV leadership to move to a Black, feminist, abolitionist framework to shift power and counter systemic oppression, and what it means to support Black women in leadership.
CHLP releases a statement on PACHA's recommendations to the CDC on molecular HIV surveillance.
CHLP Executive Director S. Mandisa Moore-O'Neal spoke about the ongoing work to reform the HIV criminalization laws in Louisiana. “Our coalition tried unsuccessfully to get the lawmakers to modernize it in the way that we knew, based on data and based on experience, was really necessary,” said Mandisa Moore-O’Neal, co-founder of the Louisiana Coalition on Criminalization and Health.
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The decision by the Virginia Supreme Court in Baughman v. Virginia validates the main argument in CHLP's amicus brief and ends the state’s latest efforts to indefinitely civilly commit activist Galen Baughman as a “sexually violent predator.”
Mandisa Moore-O’Neal will become Executive Director in October as Founder Catherine Hanssens steps into a strategy advisor role.

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