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$50K Grant Toward an HIV and Sexual Health Program for Young Women

A program that bolsters leadership skills and sexual health education among young, low-income women of color in New York City received a $ 50,000 grant from The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF) in partnership with Macy’s. Specifically, the grant was awarded to the AIDS Community Research Initiative of America (ACRIA) Centers at Gay Men’s Health… Read More »

Faith-Based HIV Program Launches in Tennessee for Blacks and Latinos

Thanks to a grant from the Tennessee Department of Health, a new faith-based program called Cempa Talks is launching in Chattanooga to address HIV disparities among the African-American and Latino communities. Funding was awarded to Cempa Community Care, formerly known as Chattanooga Cares, which offers HIV and sexual health services, education and advocacy. According to… Read More »