Prison and jail correction officers are concerned about contracting AIDS.
(Photo by Yvonne Hemsey/Getty Images) Gabriel Maldonado, a former PACHA adviser, reportedly confirmed the firings to the Washington Blade, but added that the explanation remains "unclear."“Like any administration, they want their own people there,” Maldonado told the outlet. I was an Obama appointee and my term was continuing until 2018.”SEE ALSO: Trump reportedly said all Haitians have AIDS, Nigerians have huts Scott Schoettes, a council member who quit PACHA in June, called the move a "purge" on Twitter Thursday said the White House was "eliminating few remaining people willing to push back against harmful policies, like abstinence-only sex ed.” The President had also reportedly just renewed PACHA’s brief for another year in September. (Pence esp.) are eliminating few remaining people willing to push back against harmful policies, like abstinence-only sex ed. Schoettes (@Poz Advocate) December 28, 2017However, as Newsweek noted, the move by an administrator to "purge" PACHA is not unprecedented as the Obama administration also eliminated all of former President George W.
(Photo By: Jim Hughes/NY Daily News via Getty Images)A Buddhist monk tends to an AIDS patient at the Wat Phra Bat Nam Phu buddhist temple in Lop Buri which provides care for those dying with the disease, Thailand, circa 1987.
(Photo by Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Images)Buddhist monks attend the funeral ceremony of a deceased AIDS patient at the Wat Phra Bat Nam Phu buddhist temple in Lop Buri which provides care for those dying with the disease, Thailand, circa 1987.
A year ago the 40-year-old chorus and orchestra leader was too weak to get ou tof a wheelchair, a fungus had spread through his arms and legs, he had pneumonia and he knew he was going to die of AIDS.