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AIDS-FREE NY 2020
FREE & OPEN TO ALL! (No tickets required)
WHAT: A coalition event to mark the opening of the new NYC AIDS Memorial Park, to remember the past, and to raise our voices for an AIDS-FREE NY by 2020
WHEN: Thursday, 12/1/16, 11:00AM-1:00PM
WHERE: new NYC AIDS Memorial Park, St. Vincent’s Triangle, at 7th Ave. & Greenwich Ave. NOTE: This year’s WAD event is outdoors, so dress accordingly!
The event will be wheelchair-accessible, and a sign-language interpreter will be on hand to make the program accessible for the hearing-impaired. Seating will also available for attendees with disabilities or health conditions. For those who wish to attend the event but remain indoors, the event will be live-streamed at the LGBT Community Center at 208 W. 13th Street and also streamed live on Facebook.
Co-hosted by Housing Works & our allies at ACRIA • ACT UP NY • Adolescent AIDS Program at Montefiore Medical Center • AIDS Service Center NYC (ASCNYC) • Amida Care • APICHA CHC • Bailey House • Bedford-Stuyvesant Family Health Center • BOOM!Health • Brightpoint Health • BronxWorks • Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS • CAMBA • Callen-Lorde Community Health Center • Clergy United for Community Empowerment • Elmcor • End AIDS Now • Exponents • Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies • GMAD • GMHC • Grand Street Settlement • Harlem United • Human Intonation • The Institute for Family Health • Iris House • Latino Commission on AIDS • LGBT Center/The Center • Living with HIV, Inc. • Love Alive International • Love Heals • Montefiore Medical Center • Morris Heights Health Center • Mount Sinai Health System • National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS • NYC AIDS Memorial • NYC Health & Hospitals Corporation • NYC Health Department • NYS Department of Health • Queens HIV Care Network • Queens Hospital • STAR Program – Downstate Hospital • Translatina Network • Treatment Action Group (TAG) • VillageCare • Visual AIDS • VOCAL-NY
WHAT DOES AIDS-FREE MEAN?
With today’s data, science, and health-care access, we can end AIDS as an epidemic in NY State by 2020 even without a cure—by dramatically reducing the number of new HIV infections and by bringing those living with HIV/AIDS to optimal health.
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