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Moving from Coverage to Care: Next Steps in Prevention

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Please join: The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Health Resources and Services Administration Bureau of Primary Health Care (HRSA BPHC)  Office of Minority Health (OMH) “I’m covered. What happens now?” For organizations that have been working to get uninsured Americans – including millions of racial and ethnic minorities – into affordable health coverage, the…

Read All About It – On Social Media?

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At AIDS.gov, we utilize our accounts on Facebook , Twitter , and Instagram  to share important HIV/AIDS updates. In addition to our blog, social media is where we engage our readers and provide the latest news from federal agencies on HIV and viral hepatitis. Social media is becoming a place where internet users not only connect with friends and…

Young Black Gay Men’s Leadership Initiative Gears Up for 2014 Policy & Advocacy Summit

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At AIDS.gov we have been fortunate enough to share with you voices from the community of men dedicated to amplifying the response to HIV among Black men who have sex with men (MSM). Our Black Voices blog series brings together young black leaders who are using new media to make a difference for black MSM at…

Join the YTH Social Media Lounge

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This April, those working in youth advocacy, health and technology will gather at the youth + health + tech (YTH) Live Conference . Taking place on April 6-8 in San Francisco, this conference showcases new technologies that are advancing the health and wellness of youth, young adults, and other underserved populations. Over 600 attendees and 2,000…

Black Voices: Leveraging Digital Tools to Reach and Engage Black Gay Men

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Editor’s note: Venton and Meico are part of our Black Voices blog series, community voices of men dedicated to using new media to amplify the response to HIV among black MSM. Click here more information about the series. More Americans than ever before have access to Internet-enabled technologies and are participating in online social networking platforms….

How the HIV Community Uses Reddit

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With the internet turning 25 last week, we are reminded that it is important to explore the diverse spaces where people can receive and discuss HIV-related information. In our Women and Technology post we mentioned that women use social media more than men for all social media sites, with the exception of Reddit. In an…

Women and Technology

Aisha Moore

Last month, we talked about working with leaders in racial/ethnic minority communities to increase the use of health technology and to encourage technological innovation. On the heels of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we wanted to look at the same issue from the vantage point of women. Knowing your audience is good. Co-creating…

Using Twitter to Amplify Reach of the “We Are Empowered” Watch Party with Alicia Keys

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Co-Authored by: Stephanie Green, Program Officer, Health Communication & Media Partnerships Program, Kaiser Family Foundation, and Robbyn Kistler, consultant. On January 19, Grammy Award-winning artist Alicia Keys joined with Greater Than AIDS  to host a “We Are Empowered” National Watch Party and Twitter Chat about women and HIV/AIDS.  Ms. Keys urged women and their loved ones to…