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Empower Young Men!

Empowering young men to mobilize for the fight against HIV is one important part of a combined response by CDC and its partners and grantees to the National HIV/AIDS Strategy to reduce the alarming HIV incidence among these youth.

Using Google Hangout, we convened six HIV prevention experts to present their ideas for meeting the diverse needs of young men and recruiting them into behavioral HIV prevention intervention programs.

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Meet Our Experts

Photo of Craig Washington
Craig Washington, AID Atlanta
Photo of Miguel Chion
Miguel Chion, AIDS Project Los Angeles
Photo of Greg Rebchook
Greg Rebchook, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies
Photo of Jon Diggs
Jon Diggs, AID Atlanta
Photo of Dwain Bridges
Dwain Bridges, Michigan AIDS Coalition
Photo of Susan Kegeles
Susan Kegeles, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies
Introduction Organizational Readiness to Serve Young Gay/Bisexual Men of Color Providing HIV Prevention Services to Youth Ages 13-17 Working with Emerging Adults Ages 18-29 Prevention with Positives Recruitment Strategies that Work Lessons Learned


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Page Last Updated: March 12, 2013 

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