The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)–the virus that causes HIV infection–was once considered a death sentence. Almost 40 years since innovative HIV treatment, care, and prevention began, continued stigma and widening disparities exacerbated by COVID-19 contribute to the uneven progress to end the HIV epidemic among Black and Latino Americans.

Tune in on Friday for a discussion on how:

COVID-19 has impacted the efforts to End the HIV Epidemic;

Community Based Organizations (CBOs) are responding to new patient and community needs presented by COVID-19; and

What action CBOs believe Congress needs to take to get the Nation back on track to end the epidemic by 2030.

June Gipson, PhD, EdS
Founder & Executive Director
My Brother’s Keeper, Inc.

Kirk D. Myers, MPH
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Abounding Prosperity, Inc.

Yaa Simpson, PhD, MPH
The Association of Clinical Trial Services (TACTS)

Ulysses Burley III, MD, MPH
Founder, UBtheCure, LLC

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