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“The Quest Continues to Eradicate HIV/AIDS” That’s the theme of the upcoming 32nd Bayard Rustin Community Breakfast, an annual event of Fenway Health — the state’s leading provider of prevention and wellness services for people living with and at-risk of HIV/AIDS.
Broadway legend Sheryl Lee Ralph invites you to the 2022 Bayard Rustin Community Breakfast! Learn more and register today at: https://buff.ly/3IwYgs3
“The longer we wait, the more lives are lost,” said Carl Sciortino, Executive Vice President for External Relations at Fenway Health. “So our urgency is to make sure that we do this and do it well and do it as quickly as possible.”
In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re spotlighting a history maker who is doing incredible things for the trans and gender diverse community right here in Boston! Chastity Bowick is an award-winning activist, civil rights leader, model, and transgender health advocate. She is currently the Executive Director of the Transgender Emergency Fund of Massachusetts, Inc. (TEF), which is the leading crisis agency for transgender communities in Massachusetts. Chastity is also the CEO of Chastity`s Consulting & Talent Group and a board member of Boston`s Women’s Fund.

Born and raised in Rochester, NY, Chastity began her own transition at the age of 18 when she moved to Boston to safely pursue her gender affirmation process. After surviving domestic violence and survival s*x-work in Boston, she proudly obtained a master’s Certificate in Non-Profit Human Services Management from Clark University.

Prior to her work with TEF and Chastity`s Consulting & Talent Group, Chastity served as a board member of the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition (MTPC) from 2014 to 2018. MTPC is an organization dedicated to ending discrimination based on gender identity and gender expression. She has also led transgender community/health programming at AIDS Project Worcester. Many of the support groups and transgender-focused health navigation models she founded in Worcester were the first of its kind in the city. It was because of this trailblazing work and her commitment to strengthening marginalized communities, that Chastity was the 2016 recipient of the Belinda Dunn Award at the 27th Annual Bayard Rustin Community Breakfast. She then went on to become the Program Coordinator of TransCEND (Transgender Care and Education Needs Diversity) at Fenway Health from 2016-2018, a program dedicated to uplifting transgender communities in Greater Boston through health navigation, peer support groups and social events. In 2020 Chastity was one of the cofounders of Trans Resistance MA and the Black Trans Lives Matter March.

Chastity has been awarded several accolades for her dedication to community activism, including the Massachusetts Commission on LGBTQ Youth 2018 Advancing Equity Award, the 2018 PrEP for Pride Community Service Award presented by Fenway Health and Lee Entertainment, the 2020 Audre Lorde Trailblazer Award presented by Fenway Health, the History Project’s 2020 Lavender Rhino Award, and the Trans Resistance MA 2020 Transgender Day of Remembrance Resiliency Award. Get Konnected also named Chastity among the 25 Most Influential LGBTQ+ People of Color in Greater Boston in 2020 and in 2021 Chastity received the Feminist in Action Award from Massachusetts Chapter of the National Organization for Women.

“I feel the most important thing I can do is help to empower and uplift the voices of transgender individuals in our community through support and advocacy,” Chastity often says. “We are doing some great things to move our community forward right here where we live. I hope to see the transgender community in Massachusetts spread its wings and become a force that helps shape the national Transgender Rights Movement. There’s so much more work that needs to be done.”

During the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Chastity listened to the needs of her community and through TEF launched a revolutionary nutritional program for low-income transgender and gender non-conforming individuals across the state. TEF partnered with the American Heart Association and About Fresh to deliver fresh produce boxes throughout the pandemic, and it is a program that still operates today. #womenshistorymonth
Don't miss your chance to attend this year's Bayard Rustin Community Breakfast! There are only 74 tickets left for the in-person event at the JFK Presidential Library & Museum - register today to guarantee your seat at this beloved annual community celebration! Register here: https://buff.ly/3w2t3Kb
The great work of our Housing and Case Management teams has been featured on TargetHIV! The Housing and Employment Project is a partnership between employment services and Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program providers to foster case coordination among medical care and social service providers, including a screening and referral system for housing and employment needs and services individualized for specific patient needs. Learn more here:
Have you gotten your COVID-19 shots and/or booster yet? Fenway Health is offering both! To schedule, please call us at 617-927-6060 or visit https://buff.ly/3z5Kxol.
Per CDC guidelines, anyone who received their two shots of Pfizer or Moderna more than 6 months ago, or their J&J shot more than 2 months ago, is eligible for and should get a booster shot now. Getting vaccinated is the best thing you can do to keep yourself, your family, and your community safe!

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Please join Fenway Health and the Bayard Rustin Community Breakfast Committee for this historic 32nd annual Bayard Rustin Community Breakfast (BRCB). The Breakfast will take place at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston, MA on Saturday, April 2, 2022, at 9:30 a.m. The BRCB maintains a tradition of commemorating and celebrating the life and work of Bayard Rustin, one of the unsung heroes of the Civil Rights Movement. Mr. Rustin, an openly gay, Black leader embodied the principles of social justice and change that Fenway Health is guided by. The theme of this year’s BRCB is “The Quest Continues to Eradicate HIV/AIDS.”
How HIV criminalization laws target women—and how women are fighting back
Please mark your calendars for three very special upcoming events!
People who took daily Truvada 90% to 100% of the time were more likely to develop osteopenia or osteoporosis.
Happy International Women’s Day! To celebrate today and Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting some moments in women’s history right here at Fenway Health. Click through to learn more! #InternationalWomensDay

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Doctors Haven't Seen So Many Cases of This STD in 72 Years 09/23/2022

Doctors Haven't Seen So Many Cases of This STD in 72 Years

A new report shows an explosion in several s*xually transmitted diseases.

Doctors Haven't Seen So Many Cases of This STD in 72 Years A new report shows an explosion in several s*xually transmitted diseases.

Fenway Health Announces Hiring of Medical Director - Fenway Health: Health Care Is A Right, Not A Privilege. 09/23/2022

Fenway Health Announces Hiring of Medical Director - Fenway Health: Health Care Is A Right, Not A Privilege.

Fenway Health announces today that Juan Jaime de Zengotita, M.D. will join the organization as our new Medical Director. He will assume the role on November 21.

De Zengotita is an accomplished board-certified primary care internist who brings over 20 years of experience in patient-centered medical home initiatives, values-based care, and creating and implementing systems to reduce disparities in health based on race, ethnicity, and s*xual and gender identity. Most recently, he served as Medical Director of Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center and as Regional Medical Director at the Brigham and Women’s Primary Care Center of Excellence.

Fenway Health Announces Hiring of Medical Director - Fenway Health: Health Care Is A Right, Not A Privilege. BOSTON, MA, September 23, 2022—Fenway Health announces today that Juan Jaime de Zengotita, M.D. will join the organization as our new Medical Director. He

Out for Delivery: Nation’s Largest-Ever HIV Self-Testing Program 09/22/2022

Out for Delivery: Nation’s Largest-Ever HIV Self-Testing Program

The Together TakeMeHome program aims to deliver 1 million free rapid HIV tests.

Out for Delivery: Nation’s Largest-Ever HIV Self-Testing Program The Together TakeMeHome program aims to deliver 1 million free rapid HIV tests. It’s funded by the CDC and led by Emory University.

A Monkeypox Update From Clinicians on the Front Lines 09/22/2022

A Monkeypox Update From Clinicians on the Front Lines

“[MPV] has other modes of transmission, but that’s true for other infections that we call STIs,” says Kenneth Mayer, M.D., medical research director and co-chair of The Fenway Institute and professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. “There are very few pathogens that can only be transmitted s*xually,” he tells TheBodyPro.

A Monkeypox Update From Clinicians on the Front Lines Is monkeypox an STI? How is it treated? Are mitigation efforts working to reduce new cases? Clinicians on the front lines share their observations.

Merck Will Study Lower Dose of Long-Acting Islatravir 09/21/2022

Merck Will Study Lower Dose of Long-Acting Islatravir

The company will resume development of islatravir for HIV treatment but abandons monthly oral PrEP.

Merck Will Study Lower Dose of Long-Acting Islatravir The company will resume development of islatravir for HIV treatment but abandons monthly oral PrEP.

Racial disparities persist in monkeypox outbreak despite equity efforts 09/21/2022

Racial disparities persist in monkeypox outbreak despite equity efforts

Sean Cahill, director of health policy research at the Boston-based Fenway Institute, said in an interview with the Washington Blade the racial disparities in the monkeypox outbreak are largely the result of Black and Latino men being “less likely to get vaccinated than their proportion of the population.”

Racial disparities persist in monkeypox outbreak despite equity efforts Racial disparities are increasingly present in the monkeypox outbreak as the numbers of Black and Latino men contracting the disease are disproportionately high, but that inequity is now getting new attention as overall cases drop.

AIDS Action: AIDS Walk Boston 2022 : Home 09/20/2022

AIDS Action: AIDS Walk Boston 2022 : Home

AIDS Walk Boston is back and taking it to the streets on October 2! Join us for a 5K Walk this year at the gorgeous DCR's Carson Beach in South Boston as we raise money for lifesaving HIV care and prevention services! We are holding this year’s Walk as a hybrid model and welcoming Walkers both in-person and virtually. Sign up today and join the movement for a healthier tomorrow! Register at: walk.aac.org

AIDS Action: AIDS Walk Boston 2022 : Home See you Oct. 2!

As we fight monkeypox, we must remember the somber lessons of HIV 09/20/2022

As we fight monkeypox, we must remember the somber lessons of HIV

Fenway Health, funded by a federal grant, launched a campaign through social media, gay dating apps and community outreach in Spanish to contact Latino men who sleep with men aged 18-24. The campaign connected respondents with confidential health advisors to share prevention measures, such as PrEP — a drug effective in preventing the spread of HIV if used prior to s*x.

As we fight monkeypox, we must remember the somber lessons of HIV White men are getting a disproportionate share of monkeypox vaccines, writes Josiane Martinez. Unless health leaders act, those disparities could get worse.

Cyclists make 125-mile trek from Boston to Provincetown to benefit those living with AIDS and HIV 09/20/2022

Cyclists make 125-mile trek from Boston to Provincetown to benefit those living with AIDS and HIV

A HUGE thank you to everyone who rode and crewed for Fenway Health and AIDS Action at this year's 20th Harbor to the Bay ride!

Cyclists make 125-mile trek from Boston to Provincetown to benefit those living with AIDS and HIV BOSTON (WHDH) - A charity bike ride from Copley Square to Provincetown rolled into its 20th year riding for those living with AIDS and HIV.The...

Most LGBTQI+ Cancer Patients Lack Resources Tailored to Gender/Sexual Identity 09/20/2022

Most LGBTQI+ Cancer Patients Lack Resources Tailored to Gender/Sexual Identity

Information and resources catering to their identities may address disparities and help LGBTQI+ people better navigate cancer care.

Most LGBTQI+ Cancer Patients Lack Resources Tailored to Gender/Sexual Identity Information and resources catering to their identities may address disparities and help LGBTQI+ people better navigate cancer care.

National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day 2022 09/19/2022

National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day 2022

Sunday, September 18, is all about . Here are seven common reasons older adults could be living with HIV without knowing it.

National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day 2022 Sunday, September 18, is all about . Here are seven common reasons older adults could be living with HIV without knowing it.

Southern States’ Lackluster Monkeypox Efforts Leave LGBTQ+ Groups Going It Alone 09/16/2022

Southern States’ Lackluster Monkeypox Efforts Leave LGBTQ+ Groups Going It Alone

The perception that the response to the monkeypox virus in the South has lacked coordination has rekindled familiar concerns about recent state policies that leave members of the region’s LGBTQ+ communities feeling marginalized and discriminated against. More urgently, it raises questions about whether state and local health departments are doing enough to protect the people principally affected by the virus: men who have s*x with men.

Southern States’ Lackluster Monkeypox Efforts Leave LGBTQ+ Groups Going It Alone Some fear the monkeypox response is not being prioritized because the virus affects gay men, especially those who are Black or Latino.

Can Substance Use Treatment Improve HIV Care? 09/15/2022

Can Substance Use Treatment Improve HIV Care?

People on opioid substitution therapy were more likely to adhere to antiretroviral treatment and achieve viral suppression.

Can Substance Use Treatment Improve HIV Care? People on opioid substitution therapy were more likely to adhere to antiretroviral treatment and achieve viral suppression.

Not One Child Has Been Diagnosed With HIV in a Decade Here 09/15/2022

Not One Child Has Been Diagnosed With HIV in a Decade Here

Even though HIV diagnoses in San Francisco showed an increase from 2020 to 2021 — possibly due to changes in testing due to COVID-19 — there have also been some progress when it comes to the disease.

Not One Child Has Been Diagnosed With HIV in a Decade Here This city has shown incredible progress, though COVID has complicated recent efforts.

Celebrating Latinx Heritage Month 2022 - Fenway Health: Health Care Is A Right, Not A Privilege. 09/13/2022

Celebrating Latinx Heritage Month 2022 - Fenway Health: Health Care Is A Right, Not A Privilege.

September 15 through October 15 marks Latinx Heritage Month – also known as Hispanic Heritage Month – which honors and celebrates the vibrant histories, languages, traditions, values, and contributions of people whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America.

This year’s theme is “Unidos: Inclusivity for a Stronger Nation.” Click below to read more and find suggestions for how to celebrate this month!

Celebrating Latinx Heritage Month 2022 - Fenway Health: Health Care Is A Right, Not A Privilege. September 15 through October 15 marks Latinx Heritage Month - also known as Hispanic Heritage Month - which honors and celebrates the vibrant histories,

Allow People With HIV and Hepatitis B to Enlist in Military, Urge Lawmakers 09/13/2022

Allow People With HIV and Hepatitis B to Enlist in Military, Urge Lawmakers

Congress members write to Biden, pushing for the Department of Defense to allow people with HIV and hepatitis B to enlist in the military.

Allow People With HIV and Hepatitis B to Enlist in Military, Urge Lawmakers Congress members write to Biden, pushing for the Department of Defense to allow people with HIV and hepatitis B to enlist in the military.

Fenway Health Provides Blueprint for More Effective Federal Response to Monkeypox - Fenway Health: Health Care Is A Right, Not A Privilege. 09/12/2022

Fenway Health Provides Blueprint for More Effective Federal Response to Monkeypox - Fenway Health: Health Care Is A Right, Not A Privilege.

As U.S. monkeypox diagnoses top 21,000 amid the federal government’s failure to contain the initial outbreak of the virus in May, Fenway Health has released a policy brief that offers solutions to a range of problems that have exacerbated the spread of the virus.

Fenway Health Provides Blueprint for More Effective Federal Response to Monkeypox - Fenway Health: Health Care Is A Right, Not A Privilege. BOSTON, September 12, 2022—As U.S. monkeypox diagnoses top 21,000 amid the federal government’s failure to contain the initial outbreak of the virus in May,

Living With HIV and Limited Mobility 09/12/2022

Living With HIV and Limited Mobility

An analysis of national 2017 data found that 45% of people living with HIV report some form of disability—and that mobility disabilities were the most common. Fully one in four people reported them. And that’s among all adults living with HIV. At middle age, men with HIV walked more slowly, and continued to decline faster, than their HIV-negative peers.

Living With HIV and Limited Mobility Aging and other conditions often pose additional challenges for those with HIV.

Women Living With HIV May Need Better Access to Contraception 09/09/2022

Women Living With HIV May Need Better Access to Contraception

A study in Nashville found that most women with HIV did not use birth control.

Women Living With HIV May Need Better Access to Contraception A study in Nashville found that most women with HIV did not use birth control.

Fenway Health Statement on Texas Ruling Allowing Employers to Deny Insurance Coverage of Life-Saving PrEP - Fenway Health: Health Care Is A Right, Not A Privilege. 09/09/2022

Fenway Health Statement on Texas Ruling Allowing Employers to Deny Insurance Coverage of Life-Saving PrEP - Fenway Health: Health Care Is A Right, Not A Privilege.

Fenway Health was founded on the principle that health care is a right, not a privilege. We are as committed to that core belief now as we were when we were founded over fifty years ago. We will continue to do everything in our power to ensure that the people who count on us – and people everywhere – have access to the health care they need.

Fenway Health Statement on Texas Ruling Allowing Employers to Deny Insurance Coverage of Life-Saving PrEP - Fenway Health: Health Care Is A Right, Not A Privilege. September 8, 2022—This week, a United States District Court judge in Texas ruled that the Affordable Care Act’s requirement that health insurance plans cover

AIDS Walk and 5K run back at Carson Beach in South Boston on Oct. 2 | Boston Spirit Magazine 09/08/2022

AIDS Walk and 5K run back at Carson Beach in South Boston on Oct. 2 | Boston Spirit Magazine

Time to register and starting planning for Boston’s annual AIDS Walk!

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Breaking: Texas Judge Rules PrEP Coverage Violates Religious Freedom 09/08/2022

Breaking: Texas Judge Rules PrEP Coverage Violates Religious Freedom

U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor ruled Wednesday that requiring insurance companies to cover medications to prevent HIV transmission violates plaintiffs' rights on religious grounds.

Breaking: Texas Judge Rules PrEP Coverage Violates Religious Freedom U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor ruled Wednesday that requiring insurance companies to cover medications to prevent HIV transmission violates plaintiffs' rights on religious grounds.

How monkeypox spoiled gay men's plans for an invincible summer 09/03/2022

How monkeypox spoiled gay men's plans for an invincible summer

Dr. Alex Keuroghlian, a psychiatrist at the LGBTQ-health-focused Fenway Institute in Boston, said the outbreak has “been extremely distressing for community members and is also triggering in that it harkens back to the early days of the AIDS epidemic. It has a chilling effect on people’s sense of community, cohesion and belonging.”

How monkeypox spoiled gay men's plans for an invincible summer Q***r men across the U.S. talked to NBC News about the dates they never went on, the s*x they never had and the gatherings they avoided due to the viral outbreak.

Decriminalization of HIV is 'Scientifically Proven and Morally Correct' 09/02/2022

Decriminalization of HIV is 'Scientifically Proven and Morally Correct'

The United Nations continues to push for the global decriminalization of HIV.

Decriminalization of HIV is 'Scientifically Proven and Morally Correct' The United Nations continues to push for the global decriminalization of HIV.

Timeline photos 09/02/2022

Have you tested positive for Monkeypox or received a Monkeypox vaccine? You are invited to participate in a research study to create a repository of samples and clinical data from persons with known infection or receiving a vaccine for monkeypox. You will receive a parking sticker for the length of your study visit as well as a $50 gift card. To take part or for more information, please contact: [email protected]

Princess Diana’s AIDS Advocacy Continues to Inspire [VIDEOS] 09/01/2022

Princess Diana’s AIDS Advocacy Continues to Inspire [VIDEOS]

25 years after her death on August 31, 1997, Princess Diana’s legacy teaches compassion for people with HIV.

Princess Diana’s AIDS Advocacy Continues to Inspire [VIDEOS] 25 years after her death on August 31, 1997, Princess Diana’s legacy teaches compassion for people with HIV.

Monkeypox Symposium | South Coast LGBTQ+ Network | Aug 24 2022 09/01/2022

Monkeypox Symposium | South Coast LGBTQ+ Network | Aug 24 2022

On August 24, 2022, The South Coast LGBTQ+ Network held a symposium on the monkeypox outbreak and its effect on our community with a topnotch group of South Coast healthcare professionals who discussed the history of the disease, how to recognize and protect yourself from it, and what to do if you contract it.

Monkeypox Symposium | South Coast LGBTQ+ Network | Aug 24 2022 On August 24, 2022, The South Coast LGBTQ+ Network held a symposium on the monkeypox outbreak and its effect on our community with a topnotch group of South ...

Could Cabenuva and Apretude Injections Be Self-Administered? 08/25/2022

Could Cabenuva and Apretude Injections Be Self-Administered?

New formulations and alternative injection sites could allow people to administer the shots at home.

Could Cabenuva and Apretude Injections Be Self-Administered? New formulations and alternative injection sites could allow people to administer the shots at home.

A Large Proportion of Men with Monkeypox Are Living With HIV 08/24/2022

A Large Proportion of Men with Monkeypox Are Living With HIV

People with well-controlled HIV do not have more severe illness, but HIV-positive people might not respond as well to monkeypox vaccines.

A Large Proportion of Men with Monkeypox Are Living With HIV People with well-controlled HIV do not have more severe illness, but HIV-positive people might not respond as well to monkeypox vaccines.

Timeline photos 08/24/2022

You're invited to a public health conversation on 8/29: Monkeypox: Old Disease, New Fears

This Boston University School of Public Health program will explore the importance of stopping the spread of monkeypox without encouraging the spread of stigma. Speakers, including Dr. Sean Cahill of The Fenway Institute, will address both the epidemiological and social challenges posed by the disease, including what we can learn from past disease outbreaks and from the COVID pandemic. As the country grapples with how best to address monkeypox, there is little doubt that doing so requires both an effective public health response and a clear eye on the challenges of stigma that can readily emerge around the disease.

Register here: https://buff.ly/3c6Yf3a

Far-Right's 'Morality War' Now Has Its Sights Set on PrEP Access 08/24/2022

Far-Right's 'Morality War' Now Has Its Sights Set on PrEP Access

"First, there were attacks on trans rights and marriage equality, then the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and now they're coming for PrEP. Are HIV meds next?"

Far-Right's 'Morality War' Now Has Its Sights Set on PrEP Access First, there were attacks on trans rights and marriage equality, then the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and now they're coming for PrEP. Are HIV meds next?

Monkeypox vaccine providers start new method of injection - The Boston Globe 08/23/2022

Monkeypox vaccine providers start new method of injection - The Boston Globe

"Staff was also trained and ready to go at Fenway Health, which started the intradermal shots on Friday, said Carl Sciortino, executive vice president of external relations at Fenway Health. The intradermal approach “has good evidence” behind it, Sciortino said, but added that such decisions would never have been necessary if the federal government hadn’t “bungled the response” to the outbreak."

Monkeypox vaccine providers start new method of injection - The Boston Globe An intradermal approach is thought to spur a stronger immune reaction so that less vaccine is needed in each shot. Up to five doses can now be extracted from vials originally intended for one dose.

Dr. Fauci Will Soon Be Stepping Down as America's Doctor 08/23/2022

Dr. Fauci Will Soon Be Stepping Down as America's Doctor

Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and chief medical officer to President Joe Biden, announced today that after over 40 years with the federal government, he will be leaving the Biden administration in December.

Dr. Fauci Will Soon Be Stepping Down as America's Doctor Fauci previously said he would retire from federal government before Biden's first term is up. Now we know when.

Timeline photos 08/19/2022

You're invited to a public health conversation on 8/29: Monkeypox: Old Disease, New Fears

This Boston University School of Public Health program will explore the importance of stopping the spread of monkeypox without encouraging the spread of stigma. Speakers, including Dr. Sean Cahill of The Fenway Institute, will address both the epidemiological and social challenges posed by the disease, including what we can learn from past disease outbreaks and from the COVID pandemic. As the country grapples with how best to address monkeypox, there is little doubt that doing so requires both an effective public health response and a clear eye on the challenges of stigma that can readily emerge around the disease.

Register here: https://buff.ly/3c6Yf3a

Injectable PrEP Works Equally Well for Transgender Women 08/18/2022

Injectable PrEP Works Equally Well for Transgender Women

Apretude for HIV prevention is as effective for trans women as it is for gay men, with no adverse effects on hormone therapy.

Injectable PrEP Works Equally Well for Transgender Women Apretude for HIV prevention is as effective for trans women as it is for gay men, with no adverse effects on hormone therapy.

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Project Matter Recruitment Video (with Logo)
At the HIV Innovations in Action conference: Discussing policy, advocacy, and community mobilization
Live at the HIV Innovations in Action conference!
We’re live at the State House for World AIDS Day!
Live at AIDS Walk!
The Friendly Toast serving fresh caramel pancakes at Taste of the South End
Tyler from Area Four - South End live at Taste of the South End!
Douglass from MIDA brought the sweet to Taste of the South End!
Caroline from Treasury Wine Estates at Taste !
Jessica Morris, Pastry Chef at Flour Bakery+Cafe at Taste !
AAC Board of Directors Vice Chair Liz Page on ways to fight HIV/AIDS

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