Smart + Strong.
All Rights Reserved.
Smart + Strong®
is a registered trademark of CDM Publishing, LLC.
HIV efforts in Georgia and Texas could be seriously hindered—but those in Mississippi could be helped.
Advocates and lawmakers spoke with AIDS United during the recent political conventions.
In 2019, almost 172 million prescription drugs were sent by mail. Since COVID-19, that number has increased nearly 21%.
An open letter to elected officials spells out why racial justice must be a part of our work to end the HIV epidemic.
To not include the 1.2 million people with HIV in the United States is dangerous and irresponsible
Here’s how to reach your elected leaders and tell them to protect vulnerable communities—including those with HIV.
Stable housing is vital for folks with HIV, and this bill does not include rent or mortgage freezes.
The bill includes support for HIV research, the Ryan White HIV/AIDS programs and more. A date for the full House review has not been set.
Meanwhile, the House subcommittee responsible for many federal HIV programs has approved its funding for fiscal year 2021.
The Supreme Court handed down two wins and a loss.
The campaign of the presumptive Democratic nominee responds to the 2020 Presidential Candidate HIV Questionnaire.
We cannot end the HIV epidemic without prioritizing the health and well-being of Black people.
Ashlie Jacob Pollard helps the Attic Youth Center provide health and wellness information and a sense of community.
Tune in to AIDS United’s new webinar series “Relief, Recovery and Resilience.”
Here’s how to do it.
“We must address racial and social justice issues with regard to medical access, care and treatment for people of color.”
As HIV advocates, it is our responsibility to link arms with those who are speaking out against police brutality and institutional racism.
An interview with Tremaine Jones, who creates space for Black GBQ/SGL men
You have been inactive for 60 minutes and will be logged out in . Any updates not saved will be lost.
Click here to log back in.