Undetectable = Untransmittable Events and Webinars

Past Webinars

October 17th, 2018 

Advocism Webinar (4).png

Webinar: U=U Advocism 101


It’s a fact: people living with HIV who are on effective treatment and have an undetectable viral load cannot transmit HIV to sexual partners. U=U is a gamechanger, but not everyone knows it. 

U=U is a rapidly growing international movement to ensure the groundbreaking U=U science reaches the people it was intended to benefit. 

Hear from some of the founders of the movement about their advocacy and activism strategies, and learn about resources that you can use to share the great news. Each speaker is a member of the U=U Steering Committee:

Davina (Dee) Conner, Executive Director, Poz Haven
Bruce Richman, Executive Director, Prevention Access Campaign
Arianna Lint, Executive Director, Arianna's Center
Brady Dale Morris, Chair, Nashville Regional HIV Planning Council

November 19th, 2018 

Advocism Webinar (2).png

Webinar: The Third U: Universal Access


People of color, especially Black and Latinx folks, are disproportionately impacted by the US HIV epidemic. U=U holds great promise for advancing rights and dignity for people living with HIV. But structural barriers, especially racism and other forms of stigma and discrimination, have presented tremendous obstacles to ensuring that everyone living with HIV has equitable access to quality healthcare and treatment. In this webinar, we will discuss why it’s imperative to develop greater focus on racial and gender justice in U=U discourse and present strategies that are working to engage communities of color. 

Featured Speakers: 
Naina Khanna, Executive Director, Positive Women's Network
Daniel Driffin, Cofounder, THRIVE SS

  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Twitter Social Icon
  • Instagram Social Icon
  • YouTube Social  Icon
Banner images feature Love to Love Organization (Uganda); ACCM (Canada); and Housing Works (USA) and Red Ribbon Istanbul (Turkey) at International AIDS Society Conference 2017 (France); other images from Place Tokyo (Japan), Apoyo Positivo  (Spain), and tattoo courtesy of Victor Claros (El Salvador). 
The information provided on Prevention Access Campaign is intended to support rather than replace consultation with a healthcare professional. Always consult a healthcare professional for medical advice, diagnosis, and treatment about your particular situation. 
Prevention Access Campaign is fiscally sponsored by Social & Environmental Entrepreneurs, a 501 (c) 3 public charity, and formerly by Housing Works.