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AIDS Walk New York: More Critical Than Ever
Chief Executive Officer Gay Men's Health Crisis
This year, AIDS Walk New York also served as an important reminder. We were reminded of the incredible, supportive community we have today. In the earliest, darkest days of the epidemic, AIDS was a death sentence. Our elected officials wouldn't even utter the word.
Who Are Our Angels In The Epidemic?
On Saturday, Dec. 8, we bore witness to our "angels in America" -- our continuum of GMHC families. First stop: the Harlem Children's Zone, the location of the annual holiday party for families that GMHC works with who are living with or affected by HIV/AIDS.
GMHC: Moving Forward in the Fight to End the Epidemic
Marjorie J. Hill
CEO, Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC)
As we at Gay Men's Health Crisis make our new house a home, we begin a new conversation about HIV/AIDS -- an ongoing conversation that looks to current and upcoming needs.
Tonight in New York City -- A Celebration, A Feast, And a Reason to Tweet
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Gay Men's Health Crisis is celebrating thirty years of serving those in NYC who are living with HIV/AIDS; providing critical services and support to tens of thousands of New Yorkers over the decades.
Gay Men's Health Crisis Moving Uptown
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