The Community HIV/AIDS Mobilization Project (CHAMP) is a national network building a powerful community-based movement bridging HIV/AIDS, human rights, and struggles for social, racial and economic justice- which we call:
HIV Prevention Justice.
CHAMP mobilizes people living with HIV, community activists, policy advocates, academics and researchers in our country, and links them with allies around the world.
CHAMP arms a new generation of leaders with tools and resources to challenge and change HIV/AIDS prevention policies; to attack the root causes of the epidemic such as poverty, homophobia and racism; and to sustain and expand our movements for justice. We unite across communities facing high rates of HIV, through community organizing, strategy development, media efforts, and training in popular education, history, critical thinking, and data analysis.