Community News….#RocktheRedPump!

Six years later, we still #RocktheRedPump for women and girls.
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Make a Bold Statement for Women and Girls Today

Every 47 minutes, a woman in the United States will be diagnosed with HIV. More than likely, she will be a woman of color. For too many women impacted by HIV, silence and stigma continues to keep us bound.
Today, on National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we ask that you take action today in these simple ways:

  • Get tested today, because knowing your status is priceless. Don’t know where to go? Visit to find out the closest location to you.
  • Share HIV statistics across your social media networks. Follow us on Twitter (@redpumpproj) for key information.
  • Upload a picture in your red shoes to the Red Pump Facebook page, as well as on your social media. Be sure to tag it with #RocktheRedPump.
  • Donate to support the efforts of Red Pump using our fundraising link
  • Post the #RocktheRedPump campaign graphic to your social media to spread the word!

With every tweet, blog post, and photo, you are telling the world in your own stylish way that you aren’t afraid to talk about HIV and that you stand with your sisters who have been impacted by this disease.
That is beautiful. That is powerful. That is bold. 
In red pumps,
Luvvie and Karyn


CHICAGO: Last day for early bird tickets 

We invite you to the 6th annual Rock the RED fashion show, to be held on Saturday, March 21, 2015 in Chicago, IL. Rock the RED brings together our passion for social justice and our love of fashion, while commemorating National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. During Rock the RED, we will showcase fashions by designers from around the city of Chicago and honor a local HIV/AIDS activist with our Ultimate Red Pump Rocker award.
Today is the last day to purchase early bird tickets for the show. Buy at:!


NEW Red Pump Stories: Meet Hydeia Broadbent

Today, we unveil our newest Red Pump Stories, an interview with Hydeia Broadbent, AIDS activist and Red Power Conversations panelist. At the age of 11, Hydeia shared her experience in living with AIDS with millions of viewers of The Oprah Winfrey Show.  Now, at 30 years old, she continues to connect with audiences around the globe as she shares her story of courage and educates on ways to avoid at-risk behaviors. 
Read her profile here.

The Red Pump Project has partnered with FOS Lifestyle for a line of t-shirts with our trademarked tagline and name. Rock your support for our work with one of these tees that come in blue, black and grey! Get one (or two) at!

Thank you!

Thanks for standing with us and other women around the world to recognize the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls. ♥ 
P.S. If you’re on Instagram, follow us there at @redpump as we give you behind-the-scenes and other instant access of what we’re up to.

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Posted on March 10, 2015, in Community Corner and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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