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  • United in Hope with Bienestar

    On Saturday, November 30th, Herb K. Schultzs represented the Obama Administration before 500 clients, staff, Board, community members, public officials and clergy at Bienestar's annual "Unidos in Esperanza" (United in Hope) event in Los Angeles, California.

  • Weekly Wrap Up: “Forward the Example”

    Weekly Wrap Up: Economic Mobility, The passing of Nelson Mandela, White House Youth Summit, Holidays at the White House and World AIDS Day.

  • Sharing Responsibility, Strengthening Results

    An AIDS-free generation is within our reach, but it must be a shared responsibility. No one nation or entity can do it alone.

  • Recognizing World AIDS Day 2013

    In recognition of World AIDS Day 2013, the Department of Justice reaffirms its commitment to eradicating stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV and AIDS across our country. This year’s observance offers us the chance to both reflect on the work we have done in the past year to protect the rights of people with HIV/AIDS and – due to the sad truth of continuing discrimination – the significant work to be done in the year ahead.

  • On World AIDS Day, Tracking Our Progress

    On World AIDS Day 2013, the White House Office of National AIDS Policy releases a report outlining the first recommendations and action steps from the HIV Care Continuum Initiative detailing how federal efforts will be integrated to improve outcomes along the care continuum

  • HIV Organ Policy Equity (HOPE) Act is Now Law

    President Obama signs into law the HIV Organ Policy Equity (HOPE) Act, bipartisan legislation that updates regulations from 1988 to reflect our advances in understanding and treating HIV

  • HIV Impact on Gay and Bisexual Men: The 4th Decade

    National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NGMHAAD) is an observance that reminds us that HIV continues to take a heavy toll on gay and bisexual men across the United States

  • HHS Releases Report on 2012 Progress Implementing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy

    The Office of HIV/AIDS and Infectious Disease Policy (OHAIDP) hosted a number of HIV/AIDS leaders from across the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as well as many non-federal stakeholders to recognize and reflect on major accomplishments across HHS in implementing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy

  • Addressing the Intersection of HIV/AIDS, Violence against Women and Girls, and Gender-Related Health Disparities

    A report from the President’s Working Group on the Intersection of HIV/AIDS, Violence against Women and Girls, and Gender-Related Health Disparities charts a path forward to improve collaboration among agencies by leveraging federal resources in support of the health and wellbeing of women and girls, particularly those living with or at high-risk for HIV/AIDS and violence

  • The Next Step of the HIV/AIDS Strategy

    Three years ago, President Obama announced an historic comprehensive plan to help turn the tide on HIV/AIDS in the United States: the National HIV/AIDS Strategy. The Strategy has given a new sense of direction, and purpose in our fight against HIV and AIDS.