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1000women is a platform for minority ethnic women to tell their own stories, on their terms. To find out more about joining the team or sharing your story, write to 1000women@naz.org.uk

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This year, a team from the University of Manchester published a paper in the American Journal of Public Health on the cumulative effect of

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Dazon Dixon Diallo is a celebrated advocate of women's rights and the fight against HIV, based in Atlanta, Georgia. She is the Founder and

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Affua came to the UK from Zimbabwe in 2002. She was diagnosed with HIV a few years after. Here she talks about how being

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Gaby grew up in Wales, but spent 17 years in Yemen after being sold into child marriage by her father at the age of

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Susan came to the UK from Malawi in 2002. She was diagnosed with HIV in 2008, and is currently waiting on her application for

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Are you: A woman who identifies as lesbian or bisexual? And from a Black, South Asian, Latino or other minority ethnic community? And

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Moud became a refugee from Zimbabwe over six years ago. She now works at Micro Rainbow International, an organisation that provides support to LGBT

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Moud works at Micro Rainbow International, an organisation that seeks to tackle poverty affecting LGBTI people worldwide. In the UK, their work focuses on

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Red Run aims to increase HIV awareness, encourage people to test, fight HIV stigma and galvanise the community to support those living with HIV.

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Linda is a transgender woman in her 30's who is living with HIV. Here she relates why her sexuality and gender didn't stop her

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