New ways we amplified our work in 2016
Built support for affordable housing options
At the Tiny Homes Summit, AFC's Pride Action Tank engaged 253 people in exploring innovative solutions to a lack of affordable housing.
Amplified youth voices in Washington
AFC sent 10 Black youth advocates, including trans youth, to the White House Summit on African-American LGBT Youth to make their voices heard in our nation’s capital.
Helped community members be heard
Because storytelling is a vehicle for empowerment, stigma eradication and inspiration, AFC amplified 73 unique voices among the HIV community through its Inside Story blog and social media platforms.
Mobilized advocates against HIV criminalization
AFC’s HIV Prevention Justice Alliance collaborated with the SERO Project to lead the HIV is Not a Crime Training Academy and three extensive webinars related to HIV criminalization.