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I Know. I Took The Test: Stories from The Positive Project

I Know. I Took The Test: Stories from The Positive Project - Allison

Interview of Tony Miles Back in March, we shared videos from The Positive Project in honor of National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Watching those videos reinforced the power of sharing personal stories about HIV through new media — and helped…

I Know. I Took The Test: Stories from Second Life

New Media | June 18, 2009 Read the full post
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Interview of Jena Ball We’ve shared HIV testing story intiatives from the Southern AIDS Living Quilt, POZ magazine, and the National Association of People with AIDS leading up to National HIV Testing Day. Today’s post will take us “in world”…

I Know. I Took The Test: Stories from The National Association of People with AIDS

National Association of People Living with AIDS

Interview of Tom Kujawski So far in our “I Know. I Took The Test” blog series, we’ve shared compelling HIV testing videos from the Southern AIDS Living Quilt and POZ . Today I’m excited to highlight a different kind of…

I Know. I Took The Test: Stories from POZ

New Media | June 11, 2009 Read the full post
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Interview of Ian Anderson Earlier this week we shared an HIV testing story initiative focusing on women in the South, and in this post we’re highlighting testing stories from POZ as we continue our “I Know. I Took The Test”…

I Know. I Took The Test: Stories from the Southern AIDS Living Quilt

New Media | June 9, 2009 Read the full post
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Interview of Patrick Packer In this week’s post, I’m excited to share with you HIV testing stories from the Southern AIDS Living Quilt and my recent conversation with Patrick Packer, Executive Director of the Southern AIDS Coalition . As we…

I Know. I Took the Test: National HIV Testing Day Call to Action

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Back in April, I shared that according to CDC estimates, one of every five people living with HIV in the U.S. is unaware of their HIV status. Stigma remains a barrier to people getting an HIV test. I also asked…

Mobilizing for National Caribbean American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2009

National Caribbean American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

By Deb LeBel and Tseli Mohammed On June 8th we will join our partners in observing National Caribbean American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NCAHAAD) . NCAHAAD is an HIV mobilization effort designed to encourage Caribbean-American and Caribbean-born individuals, across the United…

The Wonderful World of Widgets

New Media | May 26, 2009 Read the full post
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Widgets . Gadgets . Call them what you’d like, but there is definitely a lot of buzz around these small applications that you can embed in a social network site, blog, or website. Our Federal colleagues have developed salmonella, flu,…