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This National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day, we asked President Obama to demonstrate his commitment and prioritize young people by ensuring that their specific needs are front and center in the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) – the strategy our government will use in the HIV/AIDS response from 2016-2020. Now the conversation is coming to Detroit – and you can be a part of it.

It’s time to prioritize young people and engage youth voices in the response to HIV and AIDS! Sign up to attend the Office of National AIDS Policy’s Detroit forum.

The Office of National AIDS Policy is hosting a regional forum in Detroit, to foster a dialogue with the community about the National HIV/AIDS Strategy for 2016-2020. This is a great opportunity for activists to make sure youth voices are heard to urge decision-makers to ensure young people have all the tools they need to prevent HIV. We need.programs and policies that prepare and empower all young people, especially youth of color and young men who have sex with men.

You can attend the forum and ask questions, share resources, and make sure young people are represented in this important strategy. Sign up today!

Thursday, May 7th
2:00-4:00 PM CDT
Institute for Population Health
1400 Woodbridge Street, Detroit, MI 48207

PS – Email me at januari@advocatesforyouth.org to let me know if you plan to attend so I can follow up and send you resources!

Unable to attend? Sign and share our petition asking President Obama to prioritize young people in the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.

 

Tweet now!Make your voice heard, let your presence be known! Attend one of the last forums to inform the National HIV/AIDS Strategy! #NYHAAD

 

 

leftHave you heard about the Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP) forums that will inform the 2016-2020 National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS)? Sign up to attend and make sure the voices of young people are heard!

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