Town Halls

Each year, The Reunion Project hosts
several in-person town halls,
which provide information
and resources while honoring the
unique stories of long-term
survivors of HIV.

Webinars

The Reunion Project hosts webinars
that are a mix of discussions, panels
and presentations led by key researchers,
advocates and long-term survivors of HIV.

News

The Reunion Project shares stories
and information about our lived
experiences to encourage and support
other long-term survivors of HIV.

Join The Alliance

Join our welcoming and inclusive
network of long-term survivors
of HIV and our allies.

Town Halls

Each year, The Reunion Project hosts several in-person town halls, which provide information and resources while honoring the unique stories of long-term survivors of HIV.

Webinars

The Reunion Project hosts webinars that are a mix of discussions, panels and presentations led by key researchers, advocates and long-term survivors of HIV.

News

The Reunion Project shares stories and information about our lived experiences to encourage and support other long-term survivors of HIV.

Join The Alliance

Join our welcoming and inclusive network of long-term survivors of HIV and our allies.

We Are the Alliance of HIV Long-Term Survivors

The Reunion Project is the alliance of HIV long-term survivors. We convene and connect individuals and communities through sharing our unique stories, disseminating accurate information, and issuing calls-to-action on issues and policies affecting people living with HIV for more than a decade.
Connects

We Connect

The Reunion Project is a network of people living with HIV that connects long-term survivors with each other and our community partners and allies.

Convenes

We Convene

The Reunion Project convenes safe and inclusive spaces, both in person and virtually, to share our unique experiences of living and aging with HIV, and to share strategies to improve our quality of life.

We Communicate

We Communicate

The Reunion Project communicates accurate information and calls-to-action on issues and policies affecting those living long-term with HIV.

Join the Alliance

Join us for national and regional gatherings, and bi-monthly webinars on a variety of current issues relevant to HIV long-term survivors. Our events will bring you into rich conversations with others, and provide networking opportunities to create lasting connections both in-person and online. Everyone who joins our alliance will be eligible to receive our email newsletter, where you’ll get the latest news from The Reunion Project, be the first to hear about upcoming programs, and learn about opportunities to connect with others.

The Reunion Project Updates

Oh, Say Can you See HIV

Oh, Say Can you See HIV

The impact of social and economic inequities in Black communities is HIV. In honor of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD), I’m reminded of the first time I came to know of HIV in the Black community–in the public housing project community where I was living...

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