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 This podcast was produced and published by CSIS. In this episode, Steve Morrison speaks to Cynthia Carey-Grant, Oakland co-chair for the AIDS 2020 conference. The two discuss Carey-Grant’s beginning in health activism, her role as the Oakland co-chair for the upcoming global conference on HIV/AIDS, and the impact of Trump’s initiative to end HIV by 2030. She delves into what a successful AIDS 2020 conference would look like and HIV as an issue of reproductive justice. ...
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 This podcast was produced and published by CSIS. In this episode, Andrew Schwartz interviews Congresswoman Barbara Lee. She represents California’s 13th district, which includes the city of Oakland, and is the co-founder and co-chair of the bipartisan Congressional HIV/AIDS Caucus. Rep. Lee tells Andrew how critically important it is that the International AIDS Conference is returning to the Bay Area after 30 years.  
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Anthony Fauci: Transcending Administrations

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 This podcast was produced and published by CSIS. In this episode, CSIS's Steve Morrison and Andrew Schwartz speak with Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Dr. Fauci served as one of the main architects of the 10-year plan to end HIV in the United States, which President Trump announced during his State of the Union address in February 2019. Dr. Fauci, Steve, and Andrew discuss how the plan re-prioritizes HIV diagnosis and trea...
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“Resilience”: An Interview with Monica Gandhi

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 This podcast was produced and published by CSIS.  In this inaugural episode of AIDS 2020, CSIS’s Steve Morrison and Andrew Schwartz speak with Dr. Monica Gandhi, a physician and the San Francisco co-chair of the AIDS 2020 conference. They discuss preparations for next year’s conference and the meaning of the AIDS 2020 conference theme: “Resilience.”  
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 This podcast was produced and published by CSIS. People living with HIV. Public health experts. Activists, politicians, and pop culture icons. The largest conference on HIV/AIDS is returning to the Bay Area—to San Francisco and Oakland—in July 2020. AIDS 2020 is a podcast that follows the stories of key players connected to the conference as the epidemic approaches a critical inflection point. Hosted by H. Andrew Schwartz, J. Stephen Morrison, and Sara M. Allinder at the C...
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Our greatest challenge and greatest opportunity

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By Manuel Venegas, defeatHIV Community Advisory Board member, AIDS 2020 Conference Coordinating Committee Youth Representative
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The following article was originally published by The Hill.By Raniyah Copeland, President and CEO of the Black AIDS Institute, and Chris Beyrer, Desmond M. Tutu Professor of Public Health and Human Rights at Johns Hopkins University.Recently, the CDC released data showing that declines in HIV rates have stalled in the U.S., after about five years of substantial declines. The new report — looking at trends from 2010-2016 — reveals what many of us working in th...
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 This podcast was produced and published by CSIS.Last month, top policymakers, scientists, and activists gathered in Amsterdam for the 22nd International AIDS Conference to examine the current state of global HIV/AIDS response, and how that response should be shaped by the global health community in the years to come. In this episode of Take as Directed, we are joined by Owen Ryan, Executive Director of the International AIDS Society (IAS), which organizes the International AIDS Conference ...
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