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Dale Pierce – QNotes

It’s a New Year and Time for Resolutions

Community Members Share Their Passion, Commitments and Hopes

The world has ushered in both a new year and a new decade. With that in mind, community members reflect on what they plan to do with the clean slate.

Living on the Front Line

Being HIV Positive in Charlotte

Working for HIV service organizations can often be difficult with long hours and days filled with emotions ranging from deep sadness to relief and hope. For those working in the field who are also HIV positive, the days can be filled with even more struggles.

Charlotte: Austin Resigns, Film Fest, Pulse Tribute, Catholic Retreat, ‘Sordid’ Sequel, Pierce Post, Staff Search, Youth Homelessness

Carolinas News Notes

Charlotte City Councilmember Austin has resigned to take a post with the State of North Carolina’s Department of Transportation as its Historically Black Colleges and Universities outreach director, the GayCharlotte Film Festival is in its current season, a Pulse tribute will be held at Bar at 316, LGBTQ Catholics have slated a retreat, ‘Sordid Lives’ sequel is upcoming, Dale Pierce has taken a job with Rosedale Infectious Diseases, the Freedom Center for Social Justice is seeking a staff person, and youth homelessness in Charlotte may be contained.

Our People: Q&A with Dale Pierce

Our People

Long after the advent of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, the fight against this notorious disease rages quietly on. The reality of living with chronic illnesses like HIV is a struggle for many, but those in the Carolinas have somewhere to turn: Different Roads Home, founded by Dale Pierce in 2013.