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Montreal First People’s Festival 2016
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National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Can Save Your Life, Or That of Someone You Love
Though this year marks the 10 th anniversary of the National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, Pam Jumper-Thurman, the Director of the National Centre for Community Readiness, says th...
Hear Indigenous Voices: 10th Annual National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
March 20, 2016 marks the 10th Annual National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day...
Native AIDS Survivor, Activist Runs Marathon: ‘We CAN Run Marathons too’
On January 18, 2015, I completed my first full marathon in Phoenix. It wasn’t easy because statistics told me Natives have the shortest life span after HIV infection...
Through a Survivor's Eyes: March 20, National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
PHOENIX—I am Isadore Boni and a member of the San Carlos Apache Tribe in Arizona. Living with HIV has not been easy...
National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: 'It Means Life'
National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is March 20, 2014 PHOENIX — When I was diagnosed with HIV in 2002, I felt alone. I knew no other Native who had this disease...
Isadore Boni: AIDS Stigma Holding Back Progress in Indian Country
According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), of persons diagnosed with HIV, more than 38 percent of American Indians and Alaskan Natives progressed to an AIDS diagnosis in le...
Apache AIDS Survivor Runs Fifth Half-Marathon
Isadore Boni, a San Carlos Apache member and AIDS survivor , shared his fifth half-marathon experience with Wellbound Storytellers ...
Victory at Last: Apache Activist Helps Pass HIV/AIDS Confidentiality Resolution
A resolution in support of the Public Health and Safety Code of the San Carlos Apache Tribe (SCAT) has passed that will directly impact the lives of Natives living with HIV/AIDS...
National HIV Testing Day 2013: Take the Test, Take Control
Do you know your HIV status? On June 27, the nation will observe the 19th annual National HIV Testing Day. This year’s theme is “Take the Test...
Rise in HIV Cases on Navajo Nation Spur Fears of an Epidemic
Doctors on the Navajo Nation fear the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) may become an epidemic on the reservation if education and prevention outreach efforts do not increase and ...
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