Leaders from the Philadelphia Positive Women's Network gathered for an advocacy training in Pennsylvania in April. Tomorrow, members of Oakland's PWN contingent will march to city hall on World AIDS Day.

The U.S. Positive Women’s Network (PWN), a project of Oakland-based Women Organized to Respond to Life-threatening Disease (WORLD), will kick off its “Count Us In!” campaign tomorrow with a march to Oakland City Hall, followed by a press conference. The campaign seeks to uphold the rights of HIV-positive women despite healthcare changes threatening to limit or eliminate many services and programs dedicated to women.

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by ANNA BLOOM DEC. 1—Guests at a City Hall World AIDS Day Community Awards Ceremony got an early glimpse tonight of a 50-foot long bronze monument planned for a new city park in downtown Oakland.  “We are here as a testament of what is truly important and that is us, the livelihood and survival of…

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