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Literally days after writing about self-care for POZ (“What Price Activism?”), I defied medical advice to make an event. When will we learn?
A photo journal of the #PrEP4All activists at the House hearings on Gilead, PrEP, and Truvada pricing.
Do not fall for Gilead’s vile marketing ploy.
Victoria Noe’s new book brings attention, at long last, to the straight women of HIV history.
The annual event welcomes people living with HIV, our friends and loved ones for a week in the Caribbean.
The day after CDC Director Robert Redfield was confronted at AIDSWatch, hill visits by advocates produced “strong interest” in hearings.
The CDC holds the patents to Truvada-as-PrEP, but hasn’t asked for a dime in royalties from Gilead. This is costing taxpayers billions. Why?
High school freshman Ella Johnson lives in a small Michigan town. She made a short film about Greg Louganis and HIV stigma. He loves it.
A proposed change to Medicare Part D will make our HIV treatment harder. Here’s how to make your objection heard.
Addiction specialist Dr. David Fawcett and recovering addict Mark S. King explain meth addiction and HIV in this HIV Endgame video.
There was only slight representation of HIV/AIDS stories and issues among the 2018 GLAAD Award nominees. Is this progress?
Atlanta’s most infamous camp drag troupe has raised millions of dollars for HIV charities - so they put on a hilarious party to celebrate.
With the news of “HIV2020,” the breaking point between community-based advocates and the International AIDS Society has been reached.
The announcement of a reinstated Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) is a cynical ploy. We shouldn’t fall for it.
“Sing Your Song” puts power into the hands of people living with HIV and demonstrates the value of networks.
Spoken word artist Mary Bowman opened the 20th Community Summit with a gorgeous poem that manages to revisit decades of HIV/AIDS.
The 1988 “Seize Control of the FDA” AIDS protest forced major change and announced the arrival of ACT UP. Original activists discuss it.
Old school AIDS activism had everything to do with an electrifying moment during the Kavanaugh hearings.
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