The Reunion Project hosts one-day summits around the country. The summits consist of a mix of facilitated discussions, panels, and presentations led by key researchers, advocates, and long-term survivors of HIV and AIDS. The Reunion Project has received support from Bristol-Myers Squibb, Gilead, Janssen, Merck, ViiV and Walgreens, and TPAN, publisher of Positively Aware magazine. The Reunion Project has been to Chicago, Palm Springs, Philadelphia, Ft. Lauderdale, Atlanta, Seattle and Washington, D.C. Cities for 2019-2020 include Los Angeles and New Orleans.

A National Steering Committee leads the group's efforts and includes Sharp (San Francisco) and Berry (Chicago), along with Jeff Taylor, Palm Springs; Gregg Cassin, San Francisco; Chris Bartlett, Philadelphia; Waheedah Shabazz-El, Philadelphia; and Louis Spraggins, Chicago.

ReUnion Project 4.0 - Palm Springs (2020)

HIV+Aging Research Project: Thriving with HIV

Presented by Eisenhower Health in Partnership with HARP-PS and TPAN/ReUnion Project

In accordance with Riverside County Dept. of Public Health guidelines, and in an abundance of caution to protect the health of our at-risk population of older and/or people living with HIV, the HIV+Aging Research Project-Palm Springs will be postponing The Reunion Project-Palm Springs 4.0 – Striving to Thrive conference scheduled for Saturday, April 4.  We are working to reschedule this to a later date, and will keep everyone informed of when that will be.

Reunion Project 4.0 - Palm Springs: Thriving with HIV. The summit consists of a mix of facilitated discussions, panels and presentations led by key researchers, advocates and long-term survivors of HIV/AIDS.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Our Lady J

Our Lady J Emmy®-nominated writer and producer of “Pose“ and ”Transparent“

Postponed

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ReUnion Project 3.0 - Palm Springs (2019)

HIV+Aging Research Project: Thriving with HIV

Presented by Eisenhower Health in Partnership with HARP-PS and TPAN/ReUnion Project

Reunion Project 3.0 will include a community HIV conference consisting of a mix of facilitated discussions, panels, and presentations led by key researchers, advocates, and long-term survivors of HIV/AIDS.

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKER - MARK KING

Noted blogger and social media aficionado Mark King will serve as the keynote speaker for the afternoon closer.

SPONSORS

Supported by unrestricted educational grants from Gilead Sciences, Inc. and Bristol-Myers Squibb and was partially funded through a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award.

ReUnion Project 2.0 - Palm Springs (2018)

HIV+Aging Research Project: Thriving with HIV

Presented by Eisenhower Health in Partnership with HARP-PS and TPAN/ReUnion Project

Reunion Project 2.0 will include a community HIV conference consisting of a mix of facilitated discussions, panels, and presentations led by key researchers, advocates, and long-term survivors of HIV/AIDS.

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKER - CLEVE JONES

is an American human rights activist, author, lecturer, founder of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt, and Co Founder of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.

SPONSORS

Supported by unrestricted educational grants from Gilead Sciences, Inc. and Bristol-Myers Squibb and was partially funded through a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award.

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