Jessica Whitbread of AIDS ACTION NOW and The International Community of Women Living with HIV (ICW) shares her experience of the criminalization of HIV non-discourse and its harmful impacts on people living with HIV.
Angela Robertson of the Women’s College Hospital and the Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention (Black CAP) talks about the negative and disproportionate impact of the criminalization of HIV non-disclosure on women and racialized communities.
Dr. Mona Lufty shares the science behind HIV transmission among sero-discordant couples (where one person has HIV and the other doesn’t). Mona tells us that HIV transmission is almost negligible when HIV-positive people are on AVRs and have viral suppression.
Cynthia Fromstein is a criminal defense lawyer who has defended people living with HIV in cases where HIV non-disclosure has been criminalized. She will be attending the Supreme Court deliberations in Ottawa later this week.