De Blasio Inauguration Protest

On Wed Jan 1 at 11AM, ACT UP protests the inauguration of newly-elected mayor, Bill De Blasio, for his refusal to meet with community groups regarding HIV and AIDS since the election. De Blasio's AIDS platform is disturbingly vague, but his appointment to the city's Health Commissioner COULD reverse rising HIV infections in at-risk communities like young men who have sex with men and trans women and men.

WE NEED a new Health Commissioner different from the current one, Tom Farley, who has ignored HIV/AIDS for the past 4 years and is actively deterring use of current HIV prevention tools like PEP and PrEP. Join ACT UP tomorrow at 11AM at the corner of Broadway and Warren St near City Hall.

NYC DOH Commissioner Tom Farley

Bring your own sign or carry one of ACT UP's.

What: De Blasio Inauguration Protest
When: Wed Jan 1 at 11AM
Where: 258 Broadway at the corner of Warren St.
Why: De Blasio's disturbingly vague AIDS platform and refusal to meet with HIV/AIDS community groups since being elected
Directions: Take the R to City Hall or the 4,5,6 to Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall or the 2,3 to Park Place and walk to Broadway.

**Roads and sidewalks may be blocked and barricaded due to high security for the inauguration. There could be hundreds of protesters from various groups in attendance. Look for the ACT UP banner and ACT UP posters.

Let us know you are coming by going to