1. AIDSTAR-One: Part 5: Increasing Access and Uptake of HIV Services for Healthier Trans Communities

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    Kimberly Cole introduces Aysa Saleh-Ramírez, Senior Technical Officer, AIDSTAR-One

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    • AIDSTAR-One: Part 6: PEPFAR's Roadmap Making Smart Investments Moderated Discussion

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      Timothy Mah moderates a discussion on the four presentations from the smart investments panel.

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      • AIDSTAR-One: Part 4: Integrating Mental Health Services into HIV Care in Zimbabwean Communities

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        Ilana Lapidos-Salaiz introduces Heather Pitorak, Technical Officer on AIDSTAR-One

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        • AIDSTAR-One: Part 3: Adolescents Living with HIV Activities

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          Jenny Albertini introduces Bisola Ojikutu, Senior Treatment Advisor, AIDSTAR-One

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          • Continuing the Conversation - AIDS-Free Generation: A Reasonable Expectation?

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            Continuing the Conversation Webinar, November 13, 2012 Speaker: Roger Detels, MD, MS Principal Investigator, LA Center of the Multicenter AIDS Cohort Study Program Director, NIH UCLA/Fogarty AIDS International Training Professor, Epidemiology UCLA Fielding School of Public Health Recently, Secretary of State Hilary Clinton and others have put forward the idea of an AIDS-free generation. Underlying this notion are the results of several studies suggesting innovative use of antiretroviral drugs may be a useful strategy for controlling the epidemic. In this webinar, world-renowned HIV/AIDS epidemiologist Dr. Roger Detels will discuss the current epidemic and the barriers to achieving an AIDS-free generation.

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            • SHADOW BOXES (after all artists influenced by other artists, and collage)

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              SURVIVOR-LED AND PEER-MENTORED SAFE HOUSES SAVE VALUABLE LIVES. WHY IS FUNDING FOR SAFE HOUSES FOR BOYS BEING CUT... OR, IN TRUTH, VIRTUALLY NON-EXISTENT IN THE FIRST PLACE. EARLY INTERVENTION MAKES A PROFOUND DIFFERENCE TO THE QUALITY OF THE SURVIVORS' LIVES AS THEY REACH FOR THEIR ADULTHOOD, WHICH THEY KNOW CLEARLY WILL BE LIVED SURROUNDED BY COMMUNITIES THAT WILL NEVER WELCOME A BOY WITH A HISTORY OF SEXUAL ABUSE, SEX-TRAFFICKING, SURVIVAL-SEX, HIV-AIDS DEFINING INFECTIONS AND DISEASES, ETC., INTO THEIR HOMES OR THEIR LIVES... Real Stories Gallery Foundation 501c3 SAFE HOUSE Galleries of Witness Art & Advocacy : REAL STORIES GALLERY [real-stories-gallery.org] SMASH STREET BOYS [smashstreetboys.org] SHOW ME YOUR LIFE [smash-street-boys.com] Sexualized Violence Directed at Boys, International Sex Trade in Boys. HIV/AIDS-defining infections & diseases. How do boys survive even if they manage to reach a Safe House. It is not easy for survivors to reach for their adulthood so nearby to communities that do not welcome survivors with a history of sexwork, abuse and HIV/AIDS into their homes, or lives. There is no funding for Safe Stable Homes for male survivors, so they do what they can to survive. SHOW ME YOUR LIFE is an international art program created by survivors for survivors. Through harnessing their creativity, guts and today's technologies they reach their peers around the world and share their empirical knowledge to lead each other to safer places, access to medical care and trauma programs, legal counsel and legal representation. Smash Street Boys/ Cinematheque Films/ Show Me Your Life (Real Stories Gallery Foundation 501c3) students, peer mentors and guides are allowed access to fair use art materials and mixed media in the teaching of iconic manipulation in photographic, video and film production. We have much to learn from these young people, as they stroll into our lives with their stories told so ingeniously with compassion and guts. It is not easy for anyone to speak of crimes against humanity's young in a public forum. **Please note: No children were harmed by guides, peer mentors or students during the creation of their art and storytelling program.

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              • AIDSTAR-One: Part 7: Midterm Evaluation: PEPFAR Caribbean Regional Program

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                Britt Herstad introduces Lynne Franco & Lyn Messner

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                • AIDSTAR-One: Part 9: PEPFAR's Roadmap - Increasing Shared Responsibility Moderated Discussion

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                  Former COR of AIDSTAR-One Shyami DeSilva moderates discussion on shared responsibility panels.

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                  • HOMELESS BOYS & HIV/AIDS DRUGS (after Andy Warhol, Philip Glass & Smash Street)

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                    Real Stories Gallery Foundation 501c3 http://www.real-stories-gallery.org Smash Street is a safe house art program for boys whose lives have been smashed by sexual abuse and sexual exploitation. "I believe you: Show Me Your Life" is a survivor-led and peer-mentored online art program that offers a safe place for the kids to create marks that say "we exist." Employ today's technologies and found objects, images and ideas, young poets and artists mash together their stories, exchange their knowledge and sometimes offer palliative care and bereavement counseling to their peers still left behind. Every night in New York City there are an estimated 4000 unaccompanied kids who need an emergency shelter bed. Yet there are only 240 beds for THEM. Nearly half of all the kids happen to be LGBT youth. Without a safe place to run to or grow up in, the kids are forced to ways to survive and to dull their significant physical and psychological pain and trauma. When did it become a crime not to believe in hope. Homeless boys are at significant risk for being SEXUALLY ABUSED & SEXUALLY EXPLOITED and having to live with the devastating consequences of HIV for the rest of their lives. Accessing appropriate and consistence medical care, accessing prescription drugs for HIV/AIDS-defining infections & diseases and finding a safe place to keep them is difficult, usually impossible, when a kid is homeless. When homeless LGBT kids find violent and hateful graffiti has been posted on the streets in which they are forced to live, and after everything they have endured and are being forced to endure, it is simply thoughtless and cruel to expect the kids themselves to have to stand up and complain to adults. In a moment when the United States of America has not yet ratified the Convention on the Rights of the Child, it is the responsibility of adults to protect the human rights of under 18 year old kids.

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                    • AIDSTAR-One: Part 8: Supporting India’s Planning for National AIDS Control Program IV

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                      Shyami DeSilva introduces Andrew Fullem

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