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Virtual convention panel tonight: 'Why HIV Criminalization Matters'

eQualityGiving.org tonight hosts another panel in its virtual convention series:

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Monday, February 7, 2011
Noon to 1:00 pm EST (9:00 am to 10:00 pm PST)

Dial: (712) 432-1001   Access Code: 448422817#  

Panel #3: Why HIV Criminalization Matters

Do current policies still discriminate against HIV? In which ways the law still discriminates against HIV?

Panelists

Edwin J. Bernard, Editor of HIV and the Criminal Law (NAM, 2010) and Criminal HIV Transmission

Catherine Hanssens, Executive Director and founder, Center for HIV Law and Policy

Vanessa Johnson, JD, Executive VP, National Association of People with AIDS

Sean Strub, Senior advisor, Center for HIV Law & Policy's Positive Justice Project, founder of POZ Magazine

Question Moderators

Todd A. Heywood, Reporter, Michigan Messenger

Lynda Waddington, Senior Writer, The Iowa Independent

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