Through our members, the HIV Caucus represents communities most impacted by the epidemic in the United States. From our embodied and lived experience, we understand HIV-related stigma, discrimination, and structural conditions -- including racism, homophobia, sexism, transphobia, xenophobia, ableism, and poverty -- in direct ways.
The HIV Caucus advocates for human rights and dignity for people living with HIV. We provide leadership development and technical assistance to people living with HIV & HIV service organizations. The HIV Caucus co-organizes AIDSWatch, the annual HIV advocacy event that brings together hundreds of PLHIV and allies from around the country to engage with Congress and federal agencies.