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June 18, 2009

SFAF Podcast #57 - Advocacy Still Works: State Budget Escapes Knife…so far

HIV/AIDS services in California narrowly escaped draconian cuts in the first budget the governor sent to the State legislature. The San Francisco AIDS Foundation and peer organizations all over the State went to work immediately to fight cuts to prevention, HIV testing, surveillance and treatment for more than 35,000 Californians. In this episode of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation podcast, Peter Taback shares details of the current budget compromise and reminds us that basic advocacy tools are still effective.

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Peter Taback is Vice President for Communications and Marketing at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, responsible for cultivating external audiences to understand and support the Foundation's mission, access the Foundation's array of services, and increase awareness about HIV/AIDS in the Bay Area and globally. Peter previously served as Director of Communications at amfAR, the Foundation for AIDS Research, in New York and is a founding member of the Caucus for Evidence-Based Prevention.

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great podcast , thanks for posting it

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