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1 Dec

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. more
28 Nov
Photo of event attendees from World AIDS Day 2015

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. more
18 Nov
On Trans Day of Remembrance, remembering those we've lost

Reflecting on Transgender Day of Remembrance

Trans Day of Remembrance honors those who can no longer take to the streets with us because anti-trans violence took them from us. more
10 Nov

Outraged About The Election? 7 Things You Can Do

Our next president ran a campaign based on fear and hate, and his supporters include our country’s most notorious hate groups. more
8 Nov
Harlem United clients attend a presidential debate viewing at the Apollo Theater.

Why So Many of Us Don't Vote — And Why We Must

Are we a nation that values the hard-fought right to vote for everyone, or will we continue to leave those affected by racism, ability status, and economic insecurity behind? more
31 Oct

Michele Rowe Ran 26.2 Miles to Honor Her Mom's Memory

Michele has come a long way while sharing the message that HIV can happen to anyone at any time. more