Tomorrow is World AIDS Day
Tomorrow is World AIDS Day! Come out and see us from 11 am to 3 pm at Prince George’s Community College, Community Rooms A, B and C. There will be free HIV testing, community speakers and lots of information about HIV. We’ll be there with pamphlets, condoms and our petition. http://www.bmorenews.com/community/prince-georges-county-health-department-commemorat.shtml
World AIDS Day event
What: World AIDS Day Where: Student Center at Prince George’s Community College When: 11am to 4pm Who: Save Lives: Free the Condoms and other HIV/AIDS stakeholders in Prince George’s County, MD This is a great opportunity to learn about how to address HIV/AIDS in PG County. Come out to learn more about HIV, get tested and talk to Save Lives: Free the Condoms advocates!
Support Save Lives: Free the Condoms this...
We’re joining the George Washington University’s School of Public Health team at AIDS Walk Washington from 8:30am onwards.We’ll be handing out free condoms and information on our campaign. Come out and look for us - we’ll be hanging out with the giant walking condom!
Sign our petition; tell CVS to free the condoms! →
Here’s your weekly reminder to sign our petition and share it with your friends. We need your support to convince CVS to unlock the condoms in PG county and to adopt a nationwide policy guaranteeing condom accessibility.
HuffPo: CVS Locked Condoms: Group Says Chain Makes...
Got some love from the Huffington Post last week; check it out and leave a comment: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/20/cvs-locked-condoms-hiv_n_1021701.html
Study: Condoms Locked Up in Prince George's County →
bcondoms: An advocacy group founded in 2006 to promote access to protection against STDs has revived a countywide campaign calling for CVS stores to display condoms in unlocked displays.
Sign our petition -- Tell CVS to free the condoms!
In our September 2011 survey, we found that 30 percent of CVS stores in Prince George’s County, Maryland had locked up or otherwise inaccessible condoms. That’s simply unacceptable. Please sign our petition urging CVS Caremark to immediately free the condoms and to adopt a nationwide policy guaranteeing freely accessible condoms in all of its stores. ...
Washington Post: 80% of boys use condom their... →
Good for them! The trick is maintaining condom use at 80% after the first sexual experience.
Free the Condoms was founded in 2006 to advocate for equal access to condoms in Washington, DC. Check out this PSA from the original DC campaign.