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25 World AIDS Days Later – Looking Forward!

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On an afternoon in August 1988, I learned that I had tested positive for HIV infection. The doctor told me not to worry just come back in 6 months and get tested again. As far as I knew then, I had just been given a death sentence so I just went about my life thinking I would be dead in a year or so.

World AIDS Day 2011 – Getting to Zero

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December 1st is World AIDS Day, an international day of reflection to remember those who have died and those who are living with HIV or AIDS (HIV disease). World AIDS Day 2011 is about “Getting to Zero”: Zero New HIV Infections, Zero Discrimination and Zero AIDS Related Deaths.

Sanchez Frustrated By Comments of Afghanistan President Karzai

Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (CA-47)

“Afghan President Hamid Karzai has recently asserted that Afghanistan would side with Pakistan in a hypothetical war against the United States,” said Sanchez. “These comments are especially frustrating given the United States continues to invest endless amount of resources – including our young men and women – for the people of Afghanistan.”

Occupy Together: There Is A Message

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This week, hundreds of Orange County CA activists marched in protests in Orange, Huntington Beach, Anaheim and Fullerton. Occupy Orange County CA, along with Occupy Irvine, is now urging citizens to join OC’s biggest “occupy” protest yet on Saturday, Oct. 15 in Irvine.