King says C2EA is currently revamping its steering committee, which will be made up of representatives from statewide coalitions.
To connect with C2EA organizers near you, visit http://www.CampaigntoEndAIDS.org or call 877-EndAIDS (1-877-363-2437).
While responding to the urgent needs of Katrina survivors on the ground, C2EA organizers in the Gulf Coast region pledge to move forward in the fight against AIDS, which has also devastated their communities.
Look for new dates for C2EA's Days of Action--and info on which events will NOT be postponed--at www.campaigntoendaids.org, or call 1-877-END-AIDS.
"A Baptist church in an African-American community just outside Mobile, Alabama, will be hosting a caravan and holding a prayer service," says Charles King, C2EA co-chair and the CEO of New York City-based Housing Works.
In June, about a hundred young people (ages 16 to 26) converged in Denver for C2EA's Youth Action Institute to hone their skills for hometown advocacy and meet others doing the same work.
Click on "caravans" on the C2EA website to see the map showing their routes.