How the Youth Got Their Voice Back

26 Jul

Sorry everyone, I’ve been slammed with the International AIDS Conference these past few weeks and I haven’t had a chance to post, but I’ll make sure I post some more next week.  In the meantime some of you might be interested in my non-profit’s blog coverage of the AIDS2012 conference.  This is the first time in 20 years that the conference has returned to U.S. soil, so it’s a pretty big deal.

Specifically, you can see yours truly’s new piece about the youth movement within the HIV/AIDS movement.  GO CHECK IT OUT:

There’s also a super short video to go with it.  I also want to take the moment to plug my organization, CSIS’ Global Health Policy Center’s website: in general, we’ve got lots of great videos and public health briefs covering every global health disease you could ever imagine!  You won’t regret it, I promise!

Till next time, keep sweating kids!

Coach Lindsey


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