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Conference 2012

SAVE THE DATE: Monday, May 7th 2012 from 9am-3pm Location: Murphy Institute at CUNY – 25 West 43rd Street 18th Floor REGISTRATION INFO COMING SOON CALL FOR ABSTRACTS Housing for people living with HIV/AIDS is essential for improving health and prevention outcomes.  The conference will include presentations by senior government officials and housing providers discussing the most important […]

New Year’s Rally for NYPD Accountability

New Year’s Rally for NYPD Accountability Join elected officials and community leaders for a rally and press conference as we make a New Year’s Resolution rededicating our efforts to the police accountability movement! Tell Mayor Bloomberg and Commissioner Kelly that we demand they recognize the discrimination against communities of more color codified in the NYPD […]

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AIDS is STILL a political crisis! Please join us for TWO World AIDS Day actions this week to demand the political will to end to the epidemic. (1) Wednesday, 11/30 from 11am – 1pm: Rally to demand an end to human rights violations among drug users and people living with HIV/AIDS in Russia.We will call […]

Thousands of people are gathered in Lower Manhattan as part of Occupy Wall Street, an exciting protest against the growing income divide and widespread unemployment in our country, along with the excessive influence of large corporations and big banks over our democracy. On October 5th, thousands of New Yorkers from community organizations, human services providers […]

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On October 6th, VOCAL-NY and the Urban Justice Center’s Community Development Project will be releasing our new report, Beyond Methadone: Improving Health and Empowering Patients in Opioid Treatment Programs. Beyond Methadone will be officially released to media, elected officials and the community on Thursday, October 6th at 11am at 250 Broadway (19th Fl.) in Manhattan. […]

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We hear it every day: There’s no more money. No money to provide housing or case management for people living with HIV/AIDS, keep food pantries and meals programs open, expand harm reduction programs, and create jobs for people who are coming home from prison or jail. There’s no money to pay for vital services or […]