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Introducing PrEP Conversations, Our PrEP Education Video Series

Participants in Harlem United's PrEP video series
By now, you may have heard about PrEP. It’s a daily pill that can help you stay HIV-negative. But what is it really like to take PrEP?

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Dear Donald Trump: We Have Something To Say. Are You Listening?

A Message to Donald Trump
Our clients sent the new president personal messages about the challenges they face every day: HIV/AIDS, homelessness, disability, discrimination, and countless others.

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“Moonlight” Over Harlem United: What The Film Means For Our Work

Image from Moonlight
Our Community Organizer reflects on the ways "Moonlight" overlaps with Harlem United's intersectional community work.

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Rest In Peace and Power Don McVinney

Donald McVinney (photo via MySpace)
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 beloved supporter, advocate, and friend to staff and clients alike. We are all deeply shocked and saddened by his untimely death. It will take significant time for the reality of his passing to sink in for many of us. I first met Don when I joined Harlem United in 2010. He and I taught HIPAA and confidentiality trainings together, and I quickly grew to respect and admire him. I watched the way he interacted with ...

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Harlem United’s 2016 Year In Review

Vocational Education program graduates
Highlights from a busy 2016 at Harlem United!

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Finding the Greatest Love of All at Harlem United

Brian West
"Harlem United was the bridge that helped me take back my uncontrolled life."

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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.

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World AIDS Day 2016: How We’re Working to End AIDS

  • Photo of event attendees from World AIDS Day 2015
An estimated 37 million people in the world are living with HIV/AIDS, including an estimated 1.2 million Americans.

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Reflecting on Transgender Day of Remembrance

On Trans Day of Remembrance, remembering those we've lost
Trans Day of Remembrance honors those who can no longer take to the streets with us because anti-trans violence took them from us.

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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.

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