We Are the Alliance of HIV Long-Term Survivors
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.
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.
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
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...
For many of us aging with HIV, we don’t really need an awareness day once a year to remind us of something that we live with each and every day. But this particular day, National HIV and Aging Awareness Day on September 18, helps bring attention to the myriad issues...
We have to celebrate the wins and continue to build alliances and forge partnerships. By Jeff Berry, Executive Director June 5 is HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day. When I read the daily news, I sometimes ask myself, I survived the AIDS epidemic for this? With...