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Oct
07

Hope’s Voice: Does HIV Look Like Me?

Hope’s Voice is a national HIV and AIDS organization committed to promoting the education and prevention of HIV and AIDS to young adults. Hope’s Voice uses open dialogue and peer-to-peer education, through both speaker appearances of young adults living with HIV and AIDS and progressive programs to send this crucial message: HIV and AIDS does not discriminate. Hope’s Voice aims to raise awareness and help young adults create the social change that is needed to end this epidemic.

The organization represents a group of talented and diverse young adults, all living with HIV and AIDS. Their speakers prove, the disease shows no preference towards gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, demographic or economic status.

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1 Response to “Hope’s Voice: Does HIV Look Like Me?”


  1. 1 Sherry Kuss
    December 18, 2007 at 10:54 am

    HELLO,

    I WORK IN A RUNAWAY SHELTER KIDS BETWEEN THE AGES 12-17
    I WOULD LOVE FOR YOUR GROUP TO COME TALK TO THE KIDS!! I THINK IT WOULD BE A HUGE EYE OPENER FOR EVERYONE WHO HEARS YOU TALK!!! THANK YOU, SHERRY


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