IN THE MEDIA: VICE VERSA’s The Neglected Pandemic, 40 Years of HIV & AIDS

We’re excited to announce that Harlem United is featured in a VICE TV special documentary film marking the 40th anniversary of HIV/AIDS in the USA, narrated by Emmy-nominated television personality, New York Times best-selling author and activist Jonathan Van Ness. The two-hour documentary entitled VICE VERSA: The Neglected Pandemic, 40 Years of HIV & AIDS, is a comprehensive look at what it is to be HIV positive in the USA in 2021.

Yonce, a former Harlem United peer, shares her story with HIV and homelessness along with her amazing advocacy work as an HIV/AIDS activist. Watch her interview starting at time code 50:15!

Through personal accounts, insights from different communities, organizations, races, genders, and sexual orientations, VICE VERSA: The Neglected Pandemic, 40 Years of HIV & AIDS, showcases the frontlines of scientific advancements in the field and the reality of the experience. Exploring the truth behind the statistics, viewers will be taken across the United States to meet those living with HIV/AIDS and the advocates fighting for better civil rights for the affected communities.

We are honored to be a part of this important project as an organization with more than 30 years experience providing care and advocacy for people living with HIV/AIDS. This history is Harlem United’s history.