Dec 1 :: 12am
Executive Director of The Mazzoni Center, Philadelphia

Dec 1 :: 1am
Executive Director, Long Beach AIDS Foundation

Dec 1 :: 2am
Supervisor Social Services, The Actor’s Fund, Los Angeles

Dec 1 :: 3am
Speaker & Peer Advocate, Born with HIV

Dec 1 :: 4am
Co-founder of Poz4pozLA.com

Dec 1 :: 5am
Peer to Peer Navigator, Christie’s Place, San Diego CA

Dec 1 :: 6am
Former US Marine Corps Firefighter

Dec 1 :: 7am
Owner of Joyrneys, Travel for Love, Long Beach

Dec 1 :: 8am
Hoping to Make a Difference, San Diego

Dec 1 :: 9am
Acupuncturist, Long Beach California

Dec 1 :: 10am
Vice-Chair, Dept. of Theater and Dance, USC Santa Barbara

Dec 1 :: 11am
US Army Veteran, Founder of Red High Heel Party

Dec 1 :: 12pm
Living with AIDS, Philadelphia

Dec 1 :: 1pm
Volunteer Coordinator, Long Beach AIDS Foundation

Dec 1 :: 2pm
Executive Director of Christie’s Place in San Diego

Dec 1 :: 3pm
Married couple & HIV/AIDS Activists, Long Beach

Dec 1 :: 4pm
Living with HIV, Philadelphia

Dec 1 :: 5pm
Grandmother with AIDS, San Diego CA

Dec 1 :: 6pm
Living with HIV, Philadelphia

Dec 1 :: 7pm
Living with HIV, San Diego

Dec 1 :: 8pm
Living with HIV, Philadelphia

Dec 1 :: 9pm
Executive Director, AIDS Law Project of PA

Dec 1 :: 10pm
Medical Case Worker, The Mazzoni Center

Dec 1 :: 11pm
Founder and Radio Host, Poziam.com, Philadelphia



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Is HIV Education in Our Public Schools Up to Speed?

By Megan Barnes | Tuesday Dec 4, 2012

Soldier Up: HIV Positive and in the Military

By Akeem Favor | Monday Dec 3, 2012

The Global Implications of Putting Population Control Over HIV Prevention

By Holly Grigg-Spall | Sunday Dec 2, 2012

Working Together To End the Stigma of HIV

By Shaun Knittel | Saturday Dec 1, 2012

Future is Bright, But Progress is Slow for HIV Vaccine

By Rachel Breitman | Friday Nov 30, 2012

Looking Back at the Last Year in HIV Science, Activism and Policy

By Beth Dugan | Thursday Nov 29, 2012

The Global Struggle for HIV Treatment

By Andrew Clark | Wednesday Nov 28, 2012

Whitman-Walker Health Fair and Vigil Marks World AIDS Day

By Rachel Breitman | Wednesday Nov 28, 2012

HIV and Online Dating: Am I More Than My Status?

By River Huston | Tuesday Nov 27, 2012

The Changing Face of HIV

By Lindsay King- Miller | Sunday Nov 25, 2012

APLA Looks Toward a Cure in "HIV Matters" Town Hall Forum

By David De Bacco | Saturday Nov 24, 2012

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"Faces of AIDS" Credits

Executive Producer

David Foucher

Producer/Director

Bob Sanders

Editor

Jaye Foucher

Directors of Photography

Moniere Noor, Bob Sanders

Thank you to

New York: Steve Weinstein, Lou Marino, HIV Law Project, Tracy Welsh, Jack Mackenroth, GMHC, Krishna Stone

Los Angeles, Long Beach, San Diego: The Actor's Fund LA, Long Beach AIDS Foundation, Garry Bowie, Peter Guerrero, Christie's Place, Liz Brosnan, Jay Conner, Mary Gwynn, Mark Rossen, William Benson, Will Proctor, Robert Conti, Steve Hicke, Lori Johns, Danny Lemos, Project Red Paint, Tommy Crowe, Roger Sanchez, Mark Hersh, Rob McKee, Cultural Alliance Long Beach, Karen Reside

Philadelphia: The Mazzoni Center, Nurit Shein, Perry Monastero, AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania, Ronda Goldfein, Action AIDS Philadelphia, Kevin Burns, Liza Linder, Katie Lundy, Ted Savage, Larry Reigel


Local testing sites:

3. The Women's Collective

at The Women's Collective, 1331 Rhode Island Ave., NE, Washington, D.C.

Where to donate:

  • AHF Healthcare Centers provide advanced medical care designed specifically for HIV-positive clients. Our healthcare providers are knowledgeable of up-to-the-minue develpopments in HIV medical care.

  • The HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and TB Administration (HAHSTA) is the core District government agency to prevent HIV/AIDS, STDs, Tuberculosis and Hepatitis, reduce transmission of the diseases and provide care and treatment to persons with the diseases

  • HealthHIV advances effective prevention, care and support for people living with, or at risk for, HIV/AIDS by providing education, technical assistance, and health services research to organizations, communities and professionals.

  • Leaders of prominent minority AIDS organization nationwide including Paul Kawata, Gil Gerard, Calu Lester, Don Edwards, Timm Offutt.