AFC Vice President David Ernesto Munar goes live on CNN to talk about why people living with HIV/AIDS need comprehensive health care reform (video).
AFC President/CEO Mark Ishaug writes a letter to the Chicago Tribune editor about how housing the homeless is critical for their health care.
Chi-Town Daily News covers the debut of the website, Direct2Food.org
Chicago Free Press covers the African-American MSM wellness conference, 10-Living the Lifestyle.
AFC's director of government relations, John Peller, talks to the Chi-Town Daily News about the "doomsday budget" and how the budget cuts will hurt the HIV/AIDS community.
John Peller, AFC's director of government relations, is quoted in the Guttmacher Policy Review about seconday STI prevention, and expedited partner therapy.
AFC's director of government relations, John Peller, speaks to the Southtown Star about a bill that would legalize expedited partner therapy, a way to prevent STD reinfection.
Poz Magazine writes about the AFC partnership, the Women's Collaborative of Greater Chicago and how African-American women in The Windy City are letting their hair down and talking about HIV.
Poz Magazine reports on the launching of the HIV Prevention Justice Alliance (HIV PJA), a new nationwide network created by the Community HIV/AIDS Mobilization Project (CHAMP), the AIDS Foundation of Chicago and the Atlanta-based SisterLove.
The Chicago Tribune covers housing and healthcare issues, citing the Chicago Housing for Health Partnership (CHHP).
Chicago Free Press talks to Advocacy Director Jim Pickett, and Policy Manager Jessica Terlikowski about microbicides.
Windy City Times covers AFC's response to Governor Quinn's budget proposal, and how it impacts the HIV/AIDS community.
the Medill News Service talks to AFC Advocacy Director Jim Pickett about the "How Are You Healthy?" ad campaign that addresses gay men's health.
AFC's HIV prevention awareness program the Women's Collaborative, reach out to South Side salons to educate community about STIs and HIV.
Jim Pickett, Director of Advocacy, writes about LGBT health in the Windy City Times.
The Peoria Journal-Star talks to AFC's Director of Government Relations about expedited partner therapy.
The Chicago Tribune's Clout Street Blog talks to AFC's Director of Community Affairs Rev. Doris Green about the bill that would increase access to condoms in prisons.
The Chi-Town Daily News reports on a recent study examining minorities' distrust of AIDS awareness messages and speaks to AFC's Director of Communications, Johnathon Briggs.
The Windy City Times talks to AFC Director of Communications Johnathon Briggs about the "With Me Comes A Cure" campaign, and covers AFC's condom outreach project for the "Love the One You're With" campaign.
The Northwest Herald covers AFC's sponsorship for a bill that could help prevent the increasing number of heroin-related overdose deaths.
AFC Director of Communications Johnathon Briggs blogs in The Huffington Post about the new "With Me Comes a Cure" campaign.
AFC Director of Communications Johnathon Briggs blogs in The Huffington Post about funding for HIV in the economic stimulus plan.