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Pat’s Dedication and Service

Back in 1987, Pat Dunn, like a lot of people who wanted to respond to the AIDS crisis, used to get handed messages at work or come home to a voice on her answering machine saying “Clint Hockenberry called.” She knew those messages meant that someone had an urgent legal case and needed help immediately. “There was tremendous secrecy, stigma and urgency surrounding AIDS at that time so it was a code we used,” Pat remembered.

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ALRP Seeks Law Clerks

Law clerk positions are available immediately for law students interested in working on behalf of people living with HIV/AIDS.

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ALRP Launches E-Newsletter

ALRP is pleased to announce the launch of a new quarterly e-newsletter. Please confirm that you are on our email list.

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Survey on LGBT/HIV Government Misconduct

Clients and attorneys, please take Lambda Legal’s short survey on LGBT/HIV contact with police, prison, courts, and schools.

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Boone Callaway Receives Clint Hockenberry Leadership Award

ALRP is pleased to present Boone Callaway with the ALRP 2012 Clint Hockenberry Leadership Award.

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ALRP Receives Donation from Castro Lions

The Castro Lions Club, longtime supports of ALRP programs, presented ALRP with a check for $500.

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ALRP Receives Forger Award from ABA

ALRP has received the American Bar Association’s inaugural Alexander Forger Award for Excellence in HIV Legal Services and Advocacy.

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ALRP AIDS Walk Team Smashes Records!

43 team members, including 10 StarWalkers, raised a staggering $22,819. Thank you for an incredible AIDS Walk!

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Major Donor Party 2012 a Major Success!

ALRP celebrated our Angels & Advocates Council members at this special major donor party, attended by over 70 guests.

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Mayor Lee Restores Millions in AIDS Funding

On May 16, ALRP staff and San Francisco Supervisors spoke out against the federal government’s decision to cut $8 million in funding for HIV/AIDS care and prevention services. In response, Mayor Ed Lee pledged to backfill the cuts in his budget proposal.

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