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Published on Jan 4, 2012
Amid the upbeat political speeches and promises of funding increases that marked World AIDS Day, December 1, a group of 13 protesters wearing Robin Hood garb chained themselves together for a "die-in" that blocked off Broadway near City Hall in Manhattan. The reason? To call attention to the over $13 million that New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg proposed in cuts to HIV/AIDS housing and services this past year. Bloomberg also opposed a 30 percent rent cap for low-income people living with HIV, a program that keeps thousands in their homes and out of the shelter system.