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People often ask us how they can get involved with The Red Pump Project. Well we’ve got a couple of ways if you’re interested! 1. Get on our mailing list so you can get all our updates about happenings around the country. We send out a newsletter quarterly, with increased frequency during the time of [...]

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The 2011 Amalgamation Fashion Show and Benefit is this Saturday, October 22, from 7-10pm. The show is part of Fashion Focus Chicago, a week-long celebration of Chicago’s thriving fashion industry. It features Chicago designers “love, DIA”, Kiyoko Linden, Mone`Capri, Carmen Renee, Humera Alvi, St. Nana Kwame Frimpong, Cynt DB Art. Also, proceeds are going to [...]

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Know someone who is doing incredible work to promote HIV/AIDS awareness, education and prevention? Red Pump Charlotte is seeking nominations for its 2011 “Red Pump” Community Activist Award for the 3rd Annual Red Pump/Red Tie Awards. Nominations are due by October 20, 2011. The Red Pump Award is awarded annually to exceptional leaders doing productive [...]

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TheBody.com is a great resource for learning about HIV/AIDS and staying on top of various news and policy issues. The site features many resource centers, including the HIV/AIDS Resource Center for women. The section includes information basic disease state information to news specifically related to women. While we know that all of the information will [...]

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This morning, we are here at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s 41st Annual Legislative Conference and attending a panel titled, “HIV Criminalization: Why It Should Matter to You.” This discussion will focus on the use of HIV-specific criminalization statutes and prosecutions and the public health challenges with these laws and policies create. We’re already two [...]

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The Red Pump Project is in DC for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s 41st Annual Legislative Conference. Today we’re powering the social media for the HIV Criminalization panel, featuring the following speakers: The Honorable Barbara Lee (California, 9th Congressional District), Catherine Hanssens, Esq. (Center for HIV Law and Policy), Vanessa Johnson, JD (U.S. People Living [...]

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The Red Pump Project is at the 41st annual Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Legislative Conference, and we’re doing official coverage of the HIV panels and conversations going on. This is our 2nd year and we’re excited to be a part of this important event, as national leaders join to educate and network in Washington D.C. [...]

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It’s Day 2 of the CDC’s National HIV Prevention Conference in Atlanta, GA. Today, we’re presenting on “Rock the Red Pump: Mobilizing Online Communities Around National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.” We’re looking forward to this and we’re very thankful for the opportunity. We are live-tweeting from the conference (@RedPumpProj), as well as sharing [...]

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Red Pump at NHPC 2011. Our Live-Tweets Coverage of Day 1 Thumbnail

Hey folks! We’re in Atlanta attending the National HIV Prevention Conference today until Wednesday (August 15-17). Not only will we be attending various sessions, we are presenting in one. This year’s conference will have a great focus on social media and our presentation is in line with this theme. Our presentation “Rock the Red Pump: [...]

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This week, the AIDS Foundation of Chicago unveiled its latest educational campaign designed to inspire African-Americans to live life to the fullest and to take control of their health. The Change My Story campaign has a multi-pronged approach, including bus shelter ads across the South Side of Chicago. See that picture above? That’s right. The [...]

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