JASS Blog

by JASS on August 14, 2017 on 3:45 pm

Written by Lina Han

by Patience Mandishona on August 6, 2008 on 11:45 am

Patience Mandishona speaking at 2008 AIDS ConferenceTuesday at the IAC was an action packed day for me. I got to speak in front of a lot of people which was a new experience for me and it definitely made me feel more empowered. Before I got on stage I was telling myself that I cant do this, but at the same time I told myself this is the an opportunity for me to tell my story. Having the women from Jass there helped me a lot because they encouraged me and told me I could do it.

by Sindi Blose on August 3, 2008 on 11:53 pm

 I'm sharing this space with my friend and sister activist, Sindi Blose, from Treatment Action Campaign in South Africa. She won't mention the fact that she did an extraordinary job of rocking the Global Village this afternoon with the rest of our women crossing the line. The songs and dancing drew dozens of men and women to our cramped site with huge enthusiasm and nothing but joy and appreciation for the power of their very personal stories of struggle.

by JASS on August 2, 2008 on 6:11 pm
By Ana Luisa

Marcha Contra Estigma, Discriminacion, y Homophobia

by JASS on July 29, 2008 on 3:22 pm
Welcome to the new JASS Blog! We will be reporting on our trip to the International Conference on AIDS (ICA) in Mexico City this August! Check back soon for videos, photos, and posts from the JASS bloggers from JASS Africa and JASS MesoAmerica, who are coming together for an exciting cross-regional dialogue during the event.
 

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