Life Ball, the annual HIV/AIDS fund-raiser in Austria, celebrated 20 years of creative and outrageous fashions, of celebrities sashaying down the magenta carpet and of models strutting their stuff on the Red Ribbon Catwalk and partying until dawn—all in the name of HIV/AIDS charities worldwide. The 2012 installment was held May 18 at Vienna’s City Hall building.
May 21, 2012
AIDSWalk New York 2012
The 27th Annual AIDS Walk New York was
held on May 20, 2011. 45,000 walkers
raised $6 million for GMHC and more than
40 other AIDS service organizations in
the tri-state area.
May 17, 2012
Seventh Annual Love Out Loud
POZ and We Love Soaps
collaborated May 16 for the seventh annual Love Out Loud AIDS Walk New York
fund-raiser at Prohibition (503 Columbus Avenue).
Housing Works' 8th Annual Design on a Dime
The wet weather in New York City didn’t keep the masses from lining up around the block to get their hands on discounted designer furnishings for their homes at Housing Works' eighth annual Design on a Dime event held April 26 at the Metropolitan Pavilion.
May 03, 2012
Stories From the Quilt
The 47,000 panels of the AIDS Memorial Quilt are a tangible demonstration of love and loss, life and determination. Here are seven stories from the Quilt.
May 01, 2012
A Bronx Tale
After her mother died of AIDS, native New Yorker Shacazia Brown took a look around and saw that many more children like her were struggling without support, so she decided to do something about it.
Julie Rhoad leverages the power of the AIDS Memorial Quilt to usher in a new era of AIDS advocacy. (Watch video.)
HIV criminalization laws do little to stem the epidemic or protect public health. Instead, they often backfire and discourage people from being tested. Here, three courageous advocates share their stories of HIV criminalization and their crusade for health, welfare and justice.
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