We Can End AIDS - March in Washington DC

Activists marched to the White House demanding greater access to HIV treatment and prevention - we asked them what are the major barriers, watch and share our video!

Thousands of activists marched for human rights & economic justice on Tuesday from St. Vernon square, the venue of the International AIDS Conference, to the White House. The organizers of the march identified 5 demands: to tax Wall Street and stop cuts to AIDS services, to aid housing and lift the ban on syringe exchange, to provide full access to services for women and LGBT people, to make Big Pharma accountable and to stop the criminalization of PLWHA, drug users and sex workers. We asked the demonstrators how do they see these issues – please watch the video and find out yourself!   

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