The mission of the NAMES Project Foundation is to use the AIDS Memorial Quilt to help bring an end to the AIDS epidemic. The Web site provides information about the Quilt and how YOU can become involved.
More than 500 business leaders are expected to attend the 7th Annual Business Responds to AIDS Conference on World AIDS Day, December 1, 1995, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The conference will be hosted by the Responding to HIV/AIDS in the Workplace Business Consortium. Members of the Consortium include: Banco Popular, IBM, Telemundo, Triple S., Johnson & Johnson, Smith Kline and Bristol-Myers Squibb Puerto Rico. The Consortium was formed as a result of an initiative of several local public and private organizations affiliated with the Business Responds to AIDS Program of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. The main guest speaker at the conference will be Dr. Antonia Novello, former U.S. Surgeon General. The event will be co-sponsored by Governor Pedro Rosello and San Juan Mayor Hector Luis Acevedo. For more information about the conference, call Zulma Perez, Johnson & Johnson, at 809-258-7820. For more information about HIV/AIDS in the workplace, call the CDC Business and LaborResource Service at 1-800-458-5231.
Go to the AIDS INFO page to look at the American Association for World Health's World AIDS Day Resource Booklet, to find out about World AIDS Day activities around the U.S., and to tell what your organization is doing to commemorate World AIDS Day 1995.
A letter from Patricia S. Fleming, Director, National AIDS Policy Office, announces the first White House Conference on HIV and AIDS to be held December 6, 1995, at the White House. The conference will include more than 130 individuals from across the U.S. who are knowledgeable about and have experience with the many challenges that HIV and AIDS present.
The Clearinghouse is pleased to announce that selected publications are now available for ordering through the Clearinghouse's Internet Order Form. You may select up to 5 FREE publications to be mailed to you from the following categories: HIV Prevention Brochures for the General Public, Materials for Persons with HIV/AIDS, Materials for Professionals Working in the HIV/AIDS Field, and HIV/AIDS Surveillance Reports.