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Juan Michael Porter II of The Body calls out the lack of priority given to addressing HIV criminalization within the HIV movement.
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CHLP staff attended the U.S. Conference on HIV/AIDS (USCHA) held from September 6 to 9 in Washington, D.C. Organized by NMAC, the event featured institutes and workshops addressing issues in HIV prevention, aging, prioritizing the issues of people with HIV and the next steps in ending the epidemic.
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CHLP Executive Director spoke with Michael Chancley in an interview for TheBody about what it means to be vulnerable, held accountable, and transfo

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On Friday, July 14, the  House Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies released its appropriations bill p

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In June, CHLP participated in HIV is Not a Crime 5 in Emory, Virginia. Executive Director S.

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To highlight the themes of bodily autonomy, health privacy, and the Denver Principles, CHLP Policy & Advocacy Manager Amir Sadeghi wrote this #

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For National #HIVTestingDay, the theme is "Take the Test and Take the Next Step" to encourage people to get tested for HIV, find out their status,

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People living with HIV convicted of criminal HIV exposure can now request to terminate sex offender registration requirements with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation
On May 9, the U.S. People Living with HIV Caucus, CHLP, and Positive Women’s Network-USA released How to Talk About Molecular Surveillance: A Guide for Advocates. The new advocacy guide serves as a roadmap for people living with HIV (PLHIV) and other advocates to navigate the serious issues with molecular HIV surveillance (MHS).
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CHLP joined an amicus brief to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals filed by the Center for Reproductive Rights on behalf of Jane's Due Process, Advocates for Youth, and 133 other organizations that are committed to advancing reproductive health, rights, and access for young people.