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"Moonlight" Over Harlem United: What The Film Means For Our Work
Our Community Organizer reflects on the ways "Moonlight" overlaps with Harlem United's intersectional community work.
Rest In Peace and Power Don McVinney
Yesterday, we received the news that we lost a very special member of the Harlem United family. Don McVinney wasn’t only a long-time staff member, he was a ...
Harlem United's 2016 Year In Review
Highlights from a busy 2016 at Harlem United!
Finding the Greatest Love of All at Harlem United
"Harlem United was the bridge that helped me take back my uncontrolled life."
Harlem United on World AIDS Day 2016: Celebrate. Fight. Never Forget.
On December 1, Harlem United joined hundreds of New Yorkers to commemorate World AIDS Day 2016 at the new AIDS Memorial Park at St. Vincent’s Triangle.
World AIDS Day 2016: How We’re Working to End AIDS
An estimated 37 million people in the world are living with HIV/AIDS, including an estimated 1.2 million Americans.
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Swallow This — Again: Our PrEP Campaign Is Back!
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