HIV

The ACLUuses litigation, lobbying, public education, and organizing at the state and federal levels to fight discrimination against people living with HIV.

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What you need to know

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There are 37 states that criminalize living with HIV.

If you’ve been discriminated against based on sexual orientation, gender identity, or HIV status, the ACLUwants to hear ACLUit.

What's at Stake

Advances in medical treatment mean that an HIV diagnosis is no longer the death sentence it seemed to be in the 1980s. People living with HIV are thriving in every walk of life. Nonetheless, people living with HIV continue to suffer the effects of stigma, prejudice, and misunderstanding ACLUHIV.

The ACLUworks to defend and advance the civil rights and civil liberties of people living with HIV. We鈥檙e committed to fighting against laws that criminalize living with HIV. We also seek to make sure that people living with HIV in prison or jail have access to the medical care they need and have their medical confidentiality respected. Over the years, we have also worked to address and prevent HIV-based discrimination by employers, medical providers, and others through litigation and advocacy toward better laws and policies.

The 澳门六合开奖记录鈥檚 Jon L. Stryker and Slobodan Randjelovi膰 LGBTQ & HIV Project seeks to create a just society for all people living with HIV regardless of race or income. Through litigation, lobbying, public education, and organizing, we work to build a country where our communities can live openly without discrimination and enjoy equal rights, personal autonomy, and freedom of expression and association.

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Advances in medical treatment mean that an HIV diagnosis is no longer the death sentence it seemed to be in the 1980s. People living with HIV are thriving in every walk of life. Nonetheless, people living with HIV continue to suffer the effects of stigma, prejudice, and misunderstanding ACLUHIV.

The ACLUworks to defend and advance the civil rights and civil liberties of people living with HIV. We鈥檙e committed to fighting against laws that criminalize living with HIV. We also seek to make sure that people living with HIV in prison or jail have access to the medical care they need and have their medical confidentiality respected. Over the years, we have also worked to address and prevent HIV-based discrimination by employers, medical providers, and others through litigation and advocacy toward better laws and policies.

The 澳门六合开奖记录鈥檚 Jon L. Stryker and Slobodan Randjelovi膰 LGBTQ & HIV Project seeks to create a just society for all people living with HIV regardless of race or income. Through litigation, lobbying, public education, and organizing, we work to build a country where our communities can live openly without discrimination and enjoy equal rights, personal autonomy, and freedom of expression and association.

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