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Words Matter: How Eradicating Stigma Can Lead to the End of HIV/AIDS

  • Walter E. Convention Center 801 Mt Vernon Pl NW, Room 14O-B Washington, DC 20001 United States (map)

Join Honorary Host CONGRESSWOMAN BARBARA LEE with the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation for a panel discussion. Addressing HIV stigma and discrimination is critical to achieving an AIDS-free generation. Join us for a discussion on how HIV-related stigma impacts the more than 1.1 million Americans that are living with HIV and what we can do about it.

MODERATORS
DAVID JOHNS | EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR | NATIONAL BLACK JUSTICE COALITION

DAZON DIALLO | FOUNDER & PRESIDENT | SISTERLOVE, INC.

PANELISTS
DR. ANTHONY FAUCI | DIRECTOR OF NIAID | NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

GLORIA CROWELL | DIRECTOR | HIV/AIDS MISSION AT ALLEN TEMPLE, OAKLAND

DEREK SPENCER | SENIOR DIRECTOR OF FOCUS | GILEAD

JACQUELINE COLEMAN | FOUNDER | VISION QUE

SABLE K. NELSON | POLICY ANALYST | NMAC

KEVIN JONES | DIRECTOR | UCHAPS

Earlier Event: September 6
United States Conference on AIDS
Later Event: October 5
House Ballroom Leadership Conference