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HIV Nonprofit Creating Scholarships for HIV-Positive Students
The 2020 HIV League Scholars and the COVID19 Micro-Scholarship recipients will be receiving $99k of scholarship monies towards their studies
Throughout 1-2 years, the 2019 cohort of HIV League Scholars will collectively be receiving $45k of scholarship funds towards their studies
The HIV League is looking to identify multiple HIV League Scholars through the only national scholarship for students living with HIV
Alex Aldana, Tranisha Arzah, Michael B. Clark, and Drew Hockman become the 2018 HIV League Scholars and will receive a $7,000 scholarship
Nicole Begay, one of the first HIV League Scholars, speaks on what she has been doing as a student and as a young person living with HIV
The HIV League is looking to identify four HIV League Scholars through the only national scholarship for students living with HIV
Nicole Begay and Kristefer Stojanovski become the first two HIV League Scholars and will each be receiving a $7,000 scholarship award
Thoughts on the Presidential Inauguration from the Founder of The HIV League
The HIV League is proud to announce that the application for The HIV League Scholarship is now open!
After HIV League BOD member Liz Mallas took part in #USCA2016, she reflected on how youth play a vital role in the world of HIV activism.
After a challenging summer, our CEO Daniel opens up and talks about how important it is to keep your mental health in check.
After the shooting in Orlando, we have to make sure we continue to be loud in our own fantastic, wonderful ways.
Some thoughts about the progress we’ve made in the fight against HIV and how far we have left to go after coming across some ads for PrEP.
Robert Suttle was a victim of HIV Criminalization. Now he uses his powerful story in the advocacy work he does.
Javier Medrano, an HIV-Negative member of the HIV Community, talks about how he keeps an open mind with people who are living with HIV.
Some say it’s a cult or a fitness fad. Alexandria however describes how people use SoulCycle as a tool to fight life’s toughest battles.
When I was first diagnosed, running became my strongest ally. I now continue my running through New York’s urban running crew.
Description: How New York’s newest non-profit came to be, and what it’s planning to accomplish.
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