Transgender people living with HIV are capable of forming our own network, telling our own stories, and developing our own advocacy strategies – and TLC’s Positively Trans program is the proof.
Led by trans women of color living with HIV, Positively Trans addresses inequities, stigma, and discrimination nationally and in our local communities through community-driven research, leadership development, and storytelling.
We make the case that trans voices, needs, and leadership must be centered in HIV/AIDS response, and that HIV response is a key strategy for trans health and liberation
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In The News
The Health Not Prisons Collective Vows to Combat Anti-Black Racism, End Criminalization of Pandemics and Abolish Systems of Imprisonment
The Health Not Prisons Collective is a new, three year national initiative of longtime collaborators led by, and accountable to, communities most affected by HIV criminalization in the United States: Counter Narrative Project, Positive Women’s Network - USA (PWN),...
December 1st is World AIDS Day, and this year, TLC's Positively Trans Program has over a dozen inspiring new videos written and produced by Positively Trans members through our digital storytelling workshops.As Tasha Mack shares in one video, "I realized that my story...
In Sweeping Attack on Lives of LGBTQ People and People Living with HIV, HHS Gives Green Light to Discriminate
Today the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that they are stripping nondiscrimination protections, including protections based on sexual orientation and gender identity, in all HHS grants, which are composed of taxpayer dollars. The new proposal...