Harlem United Praises Gov Cuomo’s Commitment To Ending Hepatitis C And Those Living With HIV/AIDS

Governor Cuomo announced today his commitment to end the hepatitis C epidemic in New York State and his continued commitment to ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic by 2020 by increasing access to affordable housing for all New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS. Continue Reading →

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National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2018

The program includes: Presentation by acclaimed filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris, and Screening of “About Face: The Evolution of a Black Producer”; HIV/AIDS Panel discussion; and HIV/HepC Testing by Iris House.   Continue Reading →

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Harlem United Commends Governor Cuomo For His Continued Commitment To Critical Social & Economic Justice Principles

Harlem United, a nationally recognized housing, health and human services organization, commends Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s continued commitment to improving the lives of all New Yorkers with his 2018 agenda of critically important social and economic policies. Continue Reading →

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DC: The 2017 Raheem DeVaughn, Doug E. Fresh And Friends Concert (Photographs)

On Thursday, December 21 and Friday, December 22, 2017, the music industry united across genres in support of the 2017 Raheem DeVaughn and Friends Benefit Concert Series presented by AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF). Continue Reading →

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Check Out Harlem’s Doug E. Fresh At Raheem DeVaughn & Friends Benefit Concert In NYC

The LoveLife Foundation and AIDS Healthcare Foundation is proud to announce the expansion of the annual Raheem DeVaughn & Friends Benefit Concert into the NYC market. Continue Reading →

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Los Angeles: Mariah Carey And Other Stars Shine At Free World AIDS Day Concert (Photographs)

Grammy-winning diva Mariah Carey took the stage at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Thursday night to perform at a free concert to commemorate World AIDS Day (December 1) and celebrate the 30th anniversary of AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the world’s largest AIDS organization. Continue Reading →

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Health Department And Partners Recognize World AIDS Day And Harlem Awardee

In recognition of World AIDS Day, the Health Department today joined the End AIDS NY 2020 Coalition – a partnership of over 60 community partners from New York State – to host the fourth annual World AIDS Day event at Brooklyn’s historic Kings Theatre. Continue Reading →

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First NYC EMT To Contract HIV On Duty To Be Memorialized In East Harlem

Harlem’s Tracy Allen Lee gave her life caring for sick strangers and then found herself abandoned by the city she sacrificed so much for. Continue Reading →

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The Fab Princess Di Visits Harlem Hospital 1989 (Update)

In 1989 UPI reports that Princess Diana hugged and stroked children suffering from AIDS in a visit to a Harlem hospital today and questioned a doctor about the deadly disease. Continue Reading →

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From Harlem To Hollis “1 In 8 People Living With HIV Do Not Know They Are Infected”

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 marks the annual National HIV Testing Day, and The Alliance for Positive Change will be out in force encouraging New Yorkers to play their part in ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Continue Reading →

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Harlem United PrEP’s Us For Honors National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

In honor of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, today Harlem United released PrEP Conversations,” a new video series focused on raising awareness and educating communities of color about Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). Continue Reading →

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NBLCA Presents: ’90 DAYS’ Film Screening And Panel On Healthy Relationships In Harlem

On Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. the National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc. (NBLCA) will present 90 DAYS starring Teyonah Parris (Survivor’s Remorse, Mad Men & Chi-Raq), with executive producer Jussie Smollett (Empire, The Skinny & The Mighty Ducks). Continue Reading →

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Amida Care Spearheads New NYC Innovator Accountable Care Organization

when aids was funny in harlemAmida Care, New York’s largest Medicaid Special Needs health Plan (SNP) for people with chronic conditions including HIV/AIDS and behavioral health disorders, is developing a provider-led Innovator Accountable Care Organization (IACO) pilot focused on utilizing Medicaid Redesign to prevent new HIV infections and improve health outcomes for people living with HIV/AIDS from Harlem to Hollis, Queens. Continue Reading →

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Health Department Recognizes Harlem’s Aisha Diori, World AIDS Day And New HIV Campaign

world-aids-day-2016In recognition of World AIDS Day, the Health Department today announced the launch of “Stay Sure,” a new sexual health media campaign that promotes HIV prevention services in New York City. Continue Reading →

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Rachel Roy And Others Attend Fab World Of Children Award Gala 2016 (Photographs)

aids22On Thursday, October 27, 2016, World of Children Award hosted their annual gala at 583 Park Avenue in New York City.   Continue Reading →

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Harlem’s Alicia Keys And Stars Celebrate 13th KCA Black Ball (Photos)

keys1Keep a Child Alive (KCA), the nonprofit co-founded by Alicia Keys, held its 13th annual Black Ball in New York City. Continue Reading →

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Health Department Host Latinx AIDS Awareness Day New York Knows Citywide

take-the-train-take-the-testIn recognition of Latinx (pronounced “Lateen-ex”, the gender-neutral alternative to Latino, Latina and Latin@) AIDS Awareness Day, New York Knows – the nation’s largest jurisdictional HIV testing initiative run by the Health Department – is partnering with the Latino Commission on AIDS and 45 community partners to host a citywide HIV testing event. Continue Reading →

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Cuomo Announces Milestones In Ending the AIDS From Harlem To The Hudson

Andrew_Cuomo_by_Pat_Arnow_croppedOn July 13, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that New York State is on track to End the AIDS Epidemic (EtE) and reduce the number of new HIV infections from 3,000 per year to fewer than 750 by the end of 2020, according to the latest data released by the New York State Department of Health. Continue Reading →

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Jacquelyn Kilmer, Harlem United CEO Responds To Historic Housing, Transportation, And Nutritional Support Expansion

Jacquelyn KilmerToday, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that all individuals in New York City will become eligible to receive housing, transportation, and nutritional support immediately upon diagnosis of HIV infection. Continue Reading →

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Harlem Unites For The Road Race In Marcus Garvey Park

harlem united1On Father’s Day, this coming Sunday, the second annual Harlem One-Miler will be held in Marcus Garvey Park.  This event is open to all fitness levels and ages.  Continue Reading →

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Dance The Night Away with Iris House In Harlem

Awards Picture Iris HouseIt’s time to kick up your heels again and help us end the AIDS Epidemic by 2020! “Put On Your Dancing Shoes,” our annual dance party benefit will be held on Monday, June 6th at the fabulous MIST Harlem (46 West 116th Street) and will directly benefit support programs for women and families impacted by HIV. Continue Reading →

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