HIVers vow to mobilize against AIDS cuts

Bajko, Matthew S.
June 2007
Bay Area Reporter;6/7/2007, Vol. 37 Issue 23, p1
The article reports that people with HIV and AIDS in San Francisco, California are promising to oppose plans to reduce federal funding on the city's AIDS care. More than 160 people met at the GLBT Community Center to discuss how to respond to the cut in federal funds. People with HIV and AIDS are calling on the community to politicize the 2007 Pride Parade.


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