Published March, 2015
Positive Justice Project Highlights for 2014, Positive Justice Project (2014)
The Positive Justice Project (PJP), a national coalition of organizations and advocates working to end HIV criminalization, is leading the fight against laws and policies that subject people living with HIV to arrest and punishment based on gross ignorance about the routes, risks and consequences of HIV transmission. Below is a brief look at some PJP highlights for 2014.
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