Continue reading “Redemption after 25 Years of Chemsex and Injecting Meth”
I want to share the fact that something that was such a negative and shaming and destructive force in my life, has been turned around into something that’s sweet and helpful. I want to share just how desperately alone and isolated people who inject drugs are and how we’re stigmatized even amongst drug culture.David Duffield
The word Latinx gained momentum in the mid-2000s, primarily among younger community advocates in the U.S. Most articles trace the rise of the term based on internet usage starting roughly in 2004 and steadily gaining in popularity and usage each year. As explained by Raquel Reichard in their article Latino/a vs. Latinx vs. Latine: Which Words Best Solves Spanish’s Gender Problem:Continue reading “The History of the Word Latinx”
There is a lot of information available on the Achieving Together website. This week, we will take you on a tour of part of the site and, hopefully, introduce some resources that might be helpful to you in your own work towards ending the HIV epidemic.Continue reading “Exploring the Achieving Together Website”
United Nations International Youth Day is August 12, 2019. This year’s theme highlights efforts to make education more inclusive and accessible for all youth, including efforts by youth themselves.Continue reading “Why Kids Need to Learn About Gender and Sexuality”
Achieving Together partners believe that all people should have the opportunity for good health. That’s why equity is one of our guiding principles.
Achieving Together aims to reduce health disparities and connect people to high quality prevention, care, and treatment. In order to make an impact, we need to address the underlying systems that prevent some people from having the same opportunities to achieve optimal health.Continue reading “The Cliff of Good Health”