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Writer and HIV/AIDS Advocate
ACT UP brought an HIV/AIDS agency to life in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Our esteem for their HIV activism—from the red carpet to beyond—is a constant.
The Mazzoni Center hosts the 19th annual event from July 25 to 27.
Coping with the fight for change
Charles Stephens founded the group out of frustration. He did not like how Black gay men were represented in mass media and culture.
Mark S. King reflects on the aftermath of his essay from the April/May 2018 issue of POZ. Below is an edited excerpt.
Why are there still so many AIDS-related deaths?
For 25 years, One Heartland brings support to the rustic woods of Minnesota and beyond. [VIDEO]
Mark S. King makes the case for why long-term survivors have widely applicable insights on dying with dignity, grace and preparation.
How the legendary AIDS activist made his way back to GMHC
Mark S. King interviews Sean Strub at the HIV Is Not a Crime II conference, which took place in Huntsville, Alabama.
An essay on relevance as a long-term survivor in the here and now.
An essay by Mark S. King--an AIDS advocate, an author and a blogger living with HIV since 1985--on why HIV stigma among gay men persists.
AIDS advocate Mark S. King contemplates the all-too-brief life and AIDS-related death of the barebacking gay porn star Donny Price.
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