This panel discussion focuses on how UNINTENDED stigma and discrimination from ASOs negatively impact individuals, communities, and health outcomes, often leading to direct conflict with the ASO’s missions to educate and create health outcomes
A panel of advocates from States that have modernized their HIV criminal laws discuss how they did it and gives lessons for Ohio’s Modernization efforts.
The series highlights the experiences of Ohioans living with HIV, social advocates and state leaders fighting to modernize Ohio’s outdated HIV criminalization laws.
Join OHMM for a discussion about the science of molecular surveillance, how to advocate for community concerns and the impact onmodernization efforts.
Ohio’s HIV laws are unjust, unscientific, unproductive and unsupported. It’s time to modernize and we have a plan to fix that.
Join OHMM for a discussion about what people living with HIV and their caseworkers need to know about Ohio’s current HIV criminalization laws.