Join us for HIV Virtually Speaks on Jones Street on Wednesday, June 10, 2020. HIV Virtually Speaks on Jones Street, presented by the Crape Myrtle Festival, is our annual HIV & hepatitis advocacy day when advocates from across North Carolina come together and educate our state legislators about policies that improve the lives of people living with HIV & hepatitis in our state. With the current state of COVID-19, we want to follow public health guidelines in order to ensure the safety and health of everyone in our network. Though we will not be meeting in person, this is still a chance for NC HIV advocates from across the state to come together (virtually) and meet with state policymakers on issues impacting the HIV community.
For 2020, all portions of HIV Speaks on Jones Street will be done virtually. We are hopeful that through this we will be able to engage folks from across of the state who are not able to typically make the trip. In recognition that the switch to virtual may be difficult for folks with limited access to internet services and technology, we will work to be as accessible and accommodating as possible. Registration will be open until Friday, June 5th at 8pm to ensure meetings can be scheduled for participants. If you have any questions, contact Matt Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register here: bit.ly/HIVSpeaksonJonesSt2020
Thanks to our sponsors: AIDS United, Carolinas CARE Partnership, Cone Health Foundation, Crape Myrtle Festival, Harm Reduction Coalition. Janssen, Merck, ViiV Healthcare, Wake County Human Services/Public Health, Triad Health Project.