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Join us next Tuesday, September 17th at 4:30pm at outside the United Nations at 47th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues for a rally and march demanding funding to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic! We’re at a critical moment in the fight against HIV/AIDS.  We have more evidence than ever before about what works to prevent new […]

12/13: Watch “United in Anger: A History of ACT UP” With VOCAL-NY At The Culture Project

Join us for a special showing of United in Anger: A History of ACT UP and a celebration of VOCAL-NY’s HIV/AIDS activism this past year on December 13th at the Culture Project in Manhattan. After the film, we’ll have a Q & A with the film’s producers and VOCAL-NY leaders followed by, of course, a party! What: […]

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Overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in New York. Although many overdose deaths can be prevented, most people do not call 911 because they fear being arrested or prosecuted for drug possession. Join us on International Overdose Awareness Day to remember loved ones and friends lost to overdose and demand the NYPD educate […]

Aug. 7: We Can End AIDS Town Hall Meeting in Manhattan

Following the historic We Can End AIDS mobilization for human rights and economic justice in Washington, D.C. on July 24th, VOCAL-NY is hosting a town hall meeting on in Manhattan to talk about concrete ways we can bring about an end to the HIV/AIDS crisis. When: Tuesday, August 7th from 3 – 5pm Where: The Town Hall will […]

July 24th: Get on the bus to Washington, DC for the “We Can End AIDS” march

 We have the tools to end the epidemic. What we don’t have is the political will. Join thousands of people from around the world at a historic march on July 24th in Washington, DC during the International AIDS Conference. Sign-up to get on a bus from New York City here.  We will be calling on our […]

End Unjust Marijuana Arrests in New York – Day of Action on June 12th

More NYC residents are arrested for possessing small amounts of marijuana than any other offense, even though it was decriminalized in 1977. While white youth have the highest rates of marijuana use, the overwhelming majority of arrests are among Black and Latino youth, with the lasting consequences that can come with an arrest record. Governor […]

NYC Study Groups on “The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness”

We are excited to announce more study groups on Michelle Alenxander’s book The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness this summer in the Bronx and Brooklyn. People who are formerly incarcerated and their family members are encouraged to participate. VOCAL-NY is co-sponsoring the study groups with the Campaign to End the New Jim […]

New York HIV/AIDS Housing Conference: Housing & Healthcare Reform

Monday, May 7th 9AM – 3PM Center for Worker Education – Murphy Institute – CUNY 25 West 43rd Street, 18th Floor, Manhattan   Housing for people living with HIV/AIDS is essential for improving health and prevention outcomes. The conference will include presentations by housing providers and government officials discussing the most important program and policy […]