Take Action March 9th to End AIDS in NYS

Apicha Community Health Center Feb 19, 2016  

Join the HIV/AIDS community from across the state as we travel to Albany to urge Governor Cuomo to strengthen his efforts to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic AND help us build support among our state elected officials.

 March 9th is the annual NYS HIV/AIDS Legislative Awareness Day. Hundreds of New Yorkers, committed to ending this epidemic, travel with us to Albany with one message - We can end the epidemic by 2020! 16178516063_b0f1e6f25f_m.jpg

 You may have joined us last year and already know how exciting and powerful it is. If you have not had the opportunity to join us in Albany, check out the awesome pictures from last year and the video highlights from our 2014 event where our former State's Health Commissioner, Dr. Nirav Shah, announced that NYS was prepared to finally end the AIDS epidemic. Charles King then follow with an impassioned speech.  

  • Thursday, March 3rd at 6PM, Community Prep Meeting: Come learn more about our legislative and budgetary platform and strengthen skills on how to effectively talk to legislators. **Hot Dinner will be Provided** Register Here

Where: Unitarian Church of All Souls

            1157 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10015 (Corner of Lexington

             Ave. and E. 80th St.)

When: Thurs. March 3rd at 6PM

Direction: Take the 6 Train to 77th Street

Register: Contact Jason Walker - (917) 200-1153

     

  • Wednesday, March 9thNew York State HIV/AIDS Legislative Awareness Day:This is an annual event where we are joined by legislators calling for passage of budget & legislative action needed to combat the epidemic and end AIDS in NYS! REGISTER HERE

**FREE TRANSPORTATION FROM NYC AND LUNCH STIPENDS PROVIDED

FOR ALL LOW INCOME PARTICIPANTS**

REGISTRATION IS REQIRED .  You can REGISTER ONLINE or contact Jason Walker (917-200-1153).  Seats are limited!

 


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