On September 22, 2017, people from all over the world captured a moment of
their day to share their stories and stand together against stigma.

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#adaywithhiv
A day with HIV
will return
saturday,
september 22,
2018.
produced by Positively Aware
12:00 PM
San Diego, California
United States
Deborah Helm: Working out, staying healthy. Taking my meds, eating well, and spending time with my favorite people—my kids and grandkids. U=U is changing the face and stigma of HIV. My life is so much more than AIDS.
12:06 PM
Clemmons, North Carolina
United States
Keith: Poz since 1982, and still kickin'. I bare the scars of having survived the plague years, but they have made me stronger and braver.
12:25 PM
Chicago, Illinois
United States
Nicole S.: It's my birthday. I'm out delivering lunches at work. Calling U.S. Senators to #killthebill. She the people!!! Love it!
12:36 PM
Chicago, Illinois
United States
Angelina: They take care of me and I take care of them
12:38 PM
Los Angeles, California
United States
Damone Thomas: As an HIV counselor, a typical day with HIV is preparing the testing lab for clients and being equipped with information for clients; how they can effectively and positively reduce their risks without any shame or discrimination in an effort to help lower the transmission of HIV and other STIs in an effort to remain HIV-negative, and if they are positive, to get them linked to treatment and care effectively immediately.
1:00 PM
Seattle, Washington
United States
HIV Vaccine Trials Network: Today is #adaywithHIV. Here is part of the team working on HIV at the Fred Hutch, home to our Network, where today we had our monthly cross-team meeting of folks working on a cure and a preventive vaccine; folks at Hanc Programs who coordinate across the research networks; and the great administrative teams who help us with marketing, communications, and fundraising. With Louis Shackelford, Gail Broder, Brian Minalga, Uw Actu, Wakefield Steven and Nina Elizabeth.
1:00 PM
Deerfield Beach, Florida
United States
Zee Strong: Stronger than stigma. More powerful than AIDS/HIV.
1:00 PM
Kansas City, Missouri
United States
Anjie Keyes: Today was about my intent to engage in selfcare activities. I'm in my car on my way to a workshop. Find it. Follow it. Finish it. Keeping balance in mind, body, and spirit. I have been living with HIV for 22 years. I'm an advocate in my community for women living with HIV. I share my experience, strength and hope. I am writing a book. My hope is to inspire women infected and affected to triumph over their personal adversity. I promote support, self love, care, and accountability throughout the journey to personal freedom. Positively Rare Free to be Me.
1:00 PM
Carrollton, Texas
United States
Shawndell: Texas sunshine blessed!
1:00 PM
Palm Springs, California
United States
Our Walgreens team at Desert AIDS Project has been serving with pride to keep our HIV Community happy and healthy for 14 years!
1:00 PM
Washington, D.C.
United States
Masonia Traylor: A Day with HIV for me means being in spaces using MY VOICE, to talk about my body and my life for the #InOurVoice panel on Black women and the Reproductive Justice Framework. I have to admit that I LOVE Washington D.C. ugh... policy pulled me right back in! #ShesPositive
1:00 PM
Washington, D.C.
United States
Whitman-Walker Health: We're humbled to be a part of this work in trying to keep our communities affected by #HIV. Healthy and well. It takes a village.
1:00 PM
New Haven, Connecticut
United States
Karina Andrea Danvers: Working at a New Haven Health Fair. I have been working, volunteering, and advocating since the day I was diagnosed in 1989.  #workingit  
1:15 pm
Dallas, Texas
United States
Evany Turk: HIV Women's Leadership Training sponsored by Gilead. We are a group of women living with HIV, and allies, who are trying to improve the landscape for other women living with HIV in the Dallas-Fort Worth area!
1:15 PM
Morristown, New Jersey
Ed Barron: Visiting Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen's office.
1:29 PM
Santa Clara, California
United States
Wilf Seymour: Having a great day in the office with the sun shining through the windows. HIV does not stop me from enjoying life and keeping way too busy. I hope all others can live life as large as I do!
1:30 PM
Kentish Town, London
United Kingdom
Simon Horvat-Marcovic: Here I am on a bus to go to The Terrence Higgins Trust’s Health, Wealth & Happiness Project. I'm attending a workshop on the benefits system.
1:52 PM
Columbus, Ohio
United States
TJ: I have been living with HIV for 24 years. My poziversary is coming up in March 2018. I have been a healthcare provider in the HIV community since the early days, having started in 1987 in NYC. I myself became positive after an accidental scalpel stick. The one piece of advice I would give is that you should never stop. Never stop fighting. Never give in. I fought off meningitis, horrible medication side effects and other barriers but 24 years later here I am, still going as strong as possible.
2:00 PM
Belo Horizonte,
Brazil
Felipe: On the edge of a high cliff. Never be afraid to live! Live every second with no fear!
2:00 PM
London, England
United Kingdom
Ian Green: As CEO of the Terrence Higgins Trust  and someone living with HIV, I am participating in . My friend Bu is one of the office dogs!