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Planning Council Statement in Support of Black Lives Matter

It is not enough to be an ally in these times. We have an obligation to be actively anti-racist and take actions that will help move this society towards a more just, equitable and inclusive one. In the context of the Council’s work, this means re-doubling our commitment to informing all of our decisions through a lens of racial justice and health equity.

Town Hall III: COVID-19 & Living with HIV

The NY HIV Planning Council Consumers Committee invites ALL PEOPLE, especially PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV to our ...

Town Hall II: COVID-19 & Living with HIV

The NY HIV Planning Council Consumers Committee invites ALL PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV to share testimony on how the crisis is impacting their lives. Questions...

Priority Setting & Resource Allocation Committee Minutes April 20, 2020

Mr. Natt and Ms. Walters opened the meeting, followed by a roll call and a moment of silence. The minutes of the March 9, 2020 meeting were approved with no changes. silence. The minutes of the January 13, 2020 meeting were approved with one change to reflect accurate attendance.

Priority Setting & Resource Allocation Committee Minutes March 9, 2020

Mr. Natt and Ms. Walters opened the meeting, followed by introductions and a moment of silence. The minutes of the January 13, 2020 meeting were approved with one change to reflect accurate attendance.

Priority Setting & Resource Allocation Committee Minutes January 13, 2020

Mr. Natt and Ms. Walters opened the meeting, followed by introductions and a moment of silence. The minutes of the December 9, 2019 meeting were approved with no changes.

Committee Minutes

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