SABRINA HEARD, COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER, TALKS TO THE HUFFINGTON POST ON WORLD AIDS DAY 2012

Monday, December 3, 2012

Sabrina, as many know, is an energetic, talented, and compassionate woman. She is also a highly trained Community Health Woker at TWC on the Positive Pathways Program, a project of the Washington AIDS Partnership.

Jessica Cumberbatch Anderson of the Huffington Post's Black Voices caught up with Sabrina for World AIDS Day 2012. Black Voice is addressing HIV in order to put an end to the stigma that stops people living with HIV/AIDS from seeking vital care, treatment, and support. Stigma kills and we support all efforts to defeat HIVstigma. For her part Sabrina spent time discussing what stigma has meant in her life in the past and what her vision is for a future without it.

We are incredibly proud and honored to be working with Sabrina to defeat HIV stigma!

Read her story and share it! ssbrina outreach

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