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  • A Day with HIV in America

    Austin, 7:30 a.m. Deral, HIV-positive: "I still wake up every morning with a smile on my face." <a href="http://ADaywithHIVinAmerica.com"target="external">ADaywithHIVinAmerica.com</a>
    Deral
  • A Day with HIV in America

    Chicago, 8:31 a.m. Evany, HIV-positive: "This is a photo of me and my children. This is why I work so hard to live a healthy life with HIV." <a href="http://ADaywithHIVinAmerica.com"target="external">ADaywithHIVinAmerica.com</a>
    Evany
  • A Day with HIV in America

    Chicago, 10:02 a.m. Andrew Espinosa, HIV-positive since 1997, enjoying another "Uncle Day," caring for his nephew.
    Andrew Espinosa
  • A Day with HIV in America

    Philadelphia, 12:00 p.m. Mark, HIV-positive 22 years, is an LGBT mental health advocate. He received a Consumer Leadership Voice Award from the HHS Substance Abuse Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA) in 2009 at a ceremony in Hollywood. It rained that day, so peer friends at the Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers' Association created their own red-carpet ceremony for Mark.
    Mark
  • A Day with HIV in America

    Oregon, 12:46 p.m. Jennifer, HIV-positive 20 years, living with AIDS 13 years, swings her daughter, Bianca, 4, born free of HIV: "My HIV-negative husband and I are so grateful to have a life together with our beautiful little girl, thanks to my adherence to life-saving medications." <a href="http://ADaywithHIVinAmerica.com"target="external">ADaywithHIVinAmerica.com</a>
    Jennifer
  • A Day with HIV in America

    Chicago, 1:22 p.m. Kenny decided to take part in A Day with HIV in America by going to get tested for HIV -- and having it photographed: "As a gay man who has sex, I have an obligation to myself and to future partners, as well as to my family and friends, to make sure I am healthy."
    Chris Knight
  • A Day with HIV in America

    Los Angeles, 2:44 p.m. Faith, HIV-negative, and Michael, who is HIV-positive, married 10 and a half years, at the Angeles National Forest. <a href="http://ADaywithHIVinAmerica.com"target="external">ADaywithHIVinAmerica.com</a>
    Faith & Michael
  • A Day with HIV in America

    Utah, 3:00 p.m. Patricia, who has been HIV-positive seven years, takes a hike with her dog Rusty in the Wasatch Mountains. <a href="http://ADaywithHIVinAmerica.com"target="external">ADaywithHIVinAmerica.com</a>
    Patricia
  • A Day with HIV in America

    Denver, 5:30 p.m. Ann, who is HIV-negative, with twins Sade and Mya -- both of whom are HIV-positive -- and their dogs Chip, Pluto, and Dale. Says Ann: "We are committed to our family and our love for animals; our girls want to become veterinarians." <a href="http://ADaywithHIVinAmerica.com"target="external">ADaywithHIVinAmerica.com</a>
    Ann
  • A Day with HIV in America

    Texas, 6:00 p.m. John, HIV-positive: "This is the receipt for my three-month supply of Atripla. If it wasn't for my insurance I would never be able to afford my medication... I am also in that gray area in which I earn too much money to qualify for government or private aid but in no way could I afford $1,800 a month -- that is more than my mortgage, car payment and all my utilities combined."
    John
  • A Day with HIV in America

    Florida, 7:00 p.m. Dab Garner has been HIV-positive since 1982. An activist and speaker, Dab is also creator of Dab the AIDS Bear, raising money and awareness for AIDS education and prevention. <a href="http://ADaywithHIVinAmerica.com"target="external">ADaywithHIVinAmerica.com</a>
    Dab Garner
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