AIDS 2012: Day 1 in Photos

July 22, 2012

Here's a glimpse of the first day of AIDS 2012...                                (AFC photos-Gregory Trotter)

Condoms were in no short supply at the International AIDS Conference.


Roman Buenrostro, AFC's director of special projects, speaks at a session on the Positive Charge access to care project.

Buenrostro as shown on the jumbo screen at the same session.

Walter Senterfitt, a co-founder of the HIV Prevention Justice Alliance, greets Julie Davids, AFC's director of national mobilization and advocacy who also helped found the HIV PJA.

HIV advocate Antonio Orea enjoys the opening of the Human Rights/Social, Economic & Prevention Justice Zone in the Global Village.

Throngs of conference attendees inch toward the opening plenary on Sunday night.

The Gay Men's Chorus of Washington D.C. performs at the opening session.

The Gay Men's Chorus of Washington D.C. belts out a version of "I'll Be There" (made famous by the Jackson 5).

Rev. Charles Straight, a board member for the AIDS Foundation of Chicago, opens the conference with a rousing prayer.

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