With less than a month left before Election Day, and have launched a campaign to educate voters about where the presidential candidates and the political parties stand on six key health equity issues: LGBT equality; HIV/AIDS; healthcare; substance use; mental health; and housing. Continue Reading →
On Father’s Day, this coming Sunday, the second annual Harlem One-Miler will be held in Marcus Garvey Park. This event is open to all fitness levels and ages. Continue Reading →
On Sunday, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced new legislation critical to ending the AIDS epidemic in New York State. Continue Reading →
On Tuesday New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced a settlement with seven commercial health insurance providers, requiring them to cover Hepatitis C medications for nearly all patients, regardless of whether patients have advanced Hep C disease or a history of drug or alcohol use. Continue Reading →
Look out for Harlem United’s Inaugural 2016 Harlem United Boulevard Bash on Tuesday, April 19th at The Riverside Church in Harlem.
On the evening of April 19, at The Riverside Church in New York, Harlem United will host a Boulevard Bash. This exceptional event will feature actor/advocate Charlie Sheen receiving the 2016 Harlem United Outstanding Service Award for his HIV awareness work. Continue Reading →
Last night, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (pictured), Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan, Senate Independent Democratic Conference Leader Jeffrey Klein, and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie announced a historic 2016-17 state budget agreement. Continue Reading →
The 11th Annual Women as the Face of AIDS Summit is on May 2nd, and we are really excited about the program that is lining up for you! This year’s theme, “The Race to the End” has inspired more than 20 presentations that will examine the intersections of race, poverty and HIV and look at new ways to End the Epidemic by 2020. Continue Reading →