Indigenous Peoples Rock the International AIDS 2012 Conference

Jessica Danforth (Courtesy of the Girls Action Foundation)

Indigenous peoples around the world are representing with strength and pride during the 19th (XIX) International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. July 22 to 27.  An estimated 25,000 people from across the globe are expected to attend, and Indigenous peoples have been hard at work organizing to host a number of events and sessions to see and be seen—the title of the Indigenous pre-conference July 20 to 21. A list of these events and sessions can be found on the International Indigenous HIV/AIDS Working Group. Of note to check out are:

Can’t be in D. C. for the International AIDS Conference? Follow on Twitter with #AIDS2012 hashtag as well as our Native Youth Sexual Health Network team @NYSHN. Stay tuned for more articles and interviews I’ll be posting throughout the conference as Indigenous peoples make our voices heard loud and clear! Jessica Danforth is the founder and executive director of the Native Youth Sexual Health Network, the first and only organization of its kind in North America by and for Indigenous youth working within the full spectrum of sexual and reproductive health.

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