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World Pulse Features PulseWire Members Auma and Gracia Violeta Ross


World Pulse featured founding community members AUMA and Gracia Violetta Ross in this week's World AIDS Day e-magazine. Visit to read their stories, a letter from our founder Jensine Larsen and much more.

Want to know more about Auma? Visit her profile ( and journal ( and make her your friend!

To connect with Gracia Violeta Ross, see her profile here:; her event listing here:; and her call for HIV/AIDS voices in the Caribbean here:

To all those who were generous enough to submit information that did not find its way into this weeks newsletter... My apologies. I will be working hard in the coming months to publicize your work both here on PulseWire and in upcoming World Pulse eMagazines.

In partnership,




Rebecca's picture


I loved reading both of their stories in the newsletter. What inspiring women!

Hi all

I'm adding my hurrahs for Violeta, who I have long championed as a leader for Latin and South American women with HIV, and my new friend Auma, who I will see soon in Kenya, thanks to PulseWire for connecting us to work together.

Cheers, Anne-christine

Anne-christine d'Adesky
Director of Global Advocacy
3345 22nd street,
San Francisco, CA 94110

Mobilizing Women and Girls to Fight HIV/AIDS

Gene's picture


Just yesterday I looked at Ankur's posts. In his recommended links he included the "WorldPulse" site. I looked at it and was very impressed by this whole Pulse movement.

You mentioned the WorldPulse site in your latest post. You also mentioned that more material was available on the founding community. I took note of your suggestions. The history of this movement is important in itself.

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