AIDSWatch 2014: PWN-USA Takes Washington, D.C. by Storm!

On April 28 and 29, more than 300 HIV advocates descended on Washington, D.C., for AIDSWatch, the largest annual national constituent-based advocacy event focused on HIV in the U.S. — two days of trainings and visits with lawmakers on Capitol Hill. From coordinating to asking important questions to teaching others what not to do at a Hill visit, PWN-USA members were there in force. Stay tuned for more images and voices from AIDSWatch!

Blog Entry:

Images:

PWN-USA_Philly co-chair La'Donna Boyens asks a question of panelists.
PWN-USA_Philly co-chair La’Donna Boyens asks a question of panelists.
Incoming ONAP director Douglas Brooks makes an impression.
Incoming ONAP director Douglas Brooks makes an impression.
What Not to Do on a Hill Visit (check out the video below!)
What Not to Do on a Hill Visit (check out the video below!)
HRSA eliminate Ryan White Part D? Not without the voices of PWN-USA leaders!
HRSA eliminate Ryan White Part D? Not without the voices of PWN-USA leaders!
Linda Scruggs asks HRSA hard questions about Ryan White Part D.
Linda Scruggs asks HRSA hard questions about Ryan White Part D.
PWNer Cecilia Chung presenting awards to fellow advocates!
PWNer Cecilia Chung presenting awards to fellow advocates!
PWNers gather for a family dinner the night before AIDSWatch.
PWNers gather for a family dinner the night before AIDSWatch.

 

 

 

 

Cheers to Michael Emanuel Rajner for the great video!

 

 

 

 

One thought on “AIDSWatch 2014: PWN-USA Takes Washington, D.C. by Storm!

  1. I really enjoy the trip to Washington DC. I want to thank Sanders and Namibia for setting AIDSWatch 2014. Thank you so much.

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