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Press Release: Landmark HIV Treatment Study Proves That Access to Early Treatment is Essential

For Immediate Release | May 28, 2015 Contacts: Jason Walker, Jason@vocal-ny.org, 917-200-1153, or Jennifer Flynn, Jennifer@vocal-ny.org, 917-517-5202 All HIV+ New Yorkers should be able to access housing and welfare benefits to support long-term health New York, NY: Dozens of people living with HIV/AIDS and HIV service providers will descend upon New York’s City Hall with 3 […]

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VOCAL-NY Statement on NYPD Directive to Deprioritize Arrests of Drug Users, Dealers That Pose Little Public Safety Threat

Contact: Alyssa Aguilera, 917-200-1446, alyssa@vocal-ny.org NEW YORK, NY – In response to NYPD directive to deprioritize arrests of drug users and dealers that pose little public safety threat from Alyssa Aguilera, Political Director, VOCAL-NY:  “The past forty years of failed drug war tactics has done nothing to reduce drug use or enhance public safety in our […]

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VOCAL-NY’s She’s so VOCAL Gala

SAVE THE DATE June 18th, 2015,  6 – 9 pm 1199/SEIU Penthouse 330 West 42nd St. New York, NY 10036 Register and buy tickets here. Can’t make it? You can still donate here. If you have any questions, please contact Tatiana Nobels at tatiana@vocal-ny.org or 914-257-9232.   HONORING Letitia James, New York City Public Advocate Oona Adams, […]

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Gothamist: Thousands March Over Brooklyn Bridge To Demand “Real” Affordable Rent

Thousands March Over Brooklyn Bridge To Demand “Real” Affordable Rent Emma Whitford | May 15, 2015 Bobby Tolbert currently lives in transitional housing in Mott Haven because he can’t afford to find a permanent home. He’s been HIV positive for over 20 years, and is on disability. “I’ve been navigating the shelter system for ten […]

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