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HIV Advocacy Day on the Hill 2024

By Leah Freeman

HIV Day on the Hill was organized by the Tennessee AIDS Advocacy Network. Its a state-wide association of people living with HIV.  This year was my first time attending it was a wonderful turn out. It was a two day conference. On the 2nd day we went on legislative visit. We split up in groups to speak to our state legislators. I was in the group that met with Representative John Clemmons. He was very receptive and openminded. Overall, my first time experience with HIV Day on the Hill was very insightful. 

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By Leah Freeman

AIDSWATCH was held in Washington, D.C. This year was it's 30th anniversary! I was grateful that I was able to attend. It was a three-day conference and on the last day we went to Capital and protested a little before we met with our state legislators and asked them to please support our bills. We we advocating in support of SB2405/HB2515 and SB01485/HB1302.

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Speak Out:
Dispelling Myths &
Outdated Laws on HIV

Thursday, March 30, 2023 from 4pm-6:30pm
The Halloran Centre for Performing Arts & Education

The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation in partnership with Change the Pattern, invites all advocates, community-based organizations, lawmakers, policy makers, city & public health officials, prosecutors, legal aid professionals, and law enforcement officials for a community discussion on the HIV Is Not A Crime movement in Tennessee with three-time Emmy award-winning journalist and anchor on ABC24 Memphis, Eryn Rogers and experts from the Tennessee HIV Modernization Coalition, The Center for HIV Law & Policy, and ETAF’s Council of Justice Leaders.

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