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Hiv Stigma Stops with me: Take the pledge to stop HIV Stigma
 
 
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PrideAlive Volunteer Opportunities

PrideAlive is the Minnesota AIDS Project's queer men's initiative, consisting of gay and bisexual men confronting social issues including homophobia, HIV/STD prevention and heterosexism. PrideAlive works toward a stronger and healthier GLBT community where all queer folk work together, play together and collectively create community. This is accomplished through outreach, chats, community forums and social activities for the queer community. Check out the PrideAlive website at www.pridealive.org.

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AIDS Action Day 2014

AIDS Action Day is the day that HIV advocates take over the State Capitol to increase visibility about HIV, meet with legislators, and rally in the Capitol Rotunda. The Minnesota AIDS Project public policy department will schedule meetings and provide attendees with issues and advocacy training. Legislators truly appreciate you taking time out of your busy day to meet with them. Your personal stories make the difference when it comes to protecting funds for HIV prevention and services.

AIDS Action Day

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

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Order an 'HIV Stigma Ends With Me' t-shirt to wear on AIDS Action Day for a $10 donation.
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PrideAlive Tuesday Nighters

Everybody’s talking about Tuesday nights at PrideAlive. We meet in QueerSpace at MAP every Tuesday from 7 - 9 pm for free food, friends, fun, and volunteer projects. Want to learn more? Drop In! 

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