By Al.com on September 21, 2017 Everywhere you look in Alabama you can find strong women making a difference in their communities. From business leaders to philanthropists and everything in between, the women of this state invest their time and talents into making Alabama a better place and, in the process, encourage other leaders to […]
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News provided by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. TITUSVILLE, N.J., Sept. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. today announced the recipients of the inaugural HealtheVoices™ Impact Fund grants, supporting innovative efforts by online health advocates to serve and assist patient communities. The HealtheVoices™ Impact Fund is a new offering that stems from Janssen’s annual HealtheVoices™ Conference, […]
By April Eugene, a Philadelphia-based writer contributing to the Black AIDS Institute September 2017 Gina Brown considers it an honor to be recognized as a Hero in the Struggle. “I didn’t believe it because my trauma tells me you’re gonna always be nothing; because that’s what I heard all my life—from people in the street, from […]
The U.S. Conference on AIDS (USCA) is just around the corner, and more than 3,000 delegates are preparing to descend upon our nation’s capital. USCA is an annual opportunity for us to come together and learn from one another, but it is also an opportunity for us to bring attention to our epidemic in the […]
As the U.S. Senate decides the fate of health care reform, they are hearing from constituents all across the country. The Southern AIDS Coalition (SAC) and the Southern HIV/AIDS Strategy Initiative (SASI) want to be sure they also consider the needs of Southerners living with HIV who now rely on the marketplace and Medicaid for […]
SAC Member AIDS Alabama is seeking someone with policy knowledge, experience with grassroots organizing, and lobbying experience to serve as its Director of Policy and Advocacy. Click HERE for more information, including directions for how to apply.