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My Fabulous Disease: Chronicles of a Gay Survivor, a collection of essays that include pieces from POZ Magazine, has been released.
Black women represent more than half the registrants of the U.S. Conference on HIV/AIDS, but racial disparity is far from solved.
New vocal music recordings of the great AIDS icon Michael Callen are being remastered and released.
A recent town hall event from The Reunion Project focused on long-term survivors building a life beyond their HIV status.
If the word “empowerment” hadn’t yet been a part of the health care lexicon, it was about to be.
Popular YouTube comedian Michael Henry dishes out some tough love to a friend who reveals someone’s HIV status.
A new documentary explores the lives of long-term HIV survivors and what initiatives to “end the HIV epidemic” mean to them.
Author K.M. Soehnlein discusses his ACT UP book and what topic can start a fight within the group all over again.
The New Orleans-based LGBTQ+ literary festival was founded to amplify HIV/AIDS in literature. They still lift up those voices.
The forthcoming book is the latest in ludicrous claims, feeding off scientific distrust, that HIV does not cause AIDS.
The ’HIV Is Not A Crime Training Academy’ is unlike any other community event. Here’s info and how to apply for a scholarship.
Holiday cheer is both naughty and nice in this collection of videos with an HIV twist.
The Reunion Project Town Hall event this Tuesday, Dec 6 from 2-5pm ET will feature fitness legend Nelson Vergel.
Mark S. King’s roundup of the recent USCHA in San Juan includes praise, critique and advice for attendees.
As part of the new HIV Justice Academy, a new edit of a classic criminalization video produced by Mark S. King has been released.
The HIV Justice Academy is a free resource that helps us understand why people are prosecuted because of their status - and how to stop it.
The Reunion Project is a national network of long-term HIV/AIDS survivors. Their newly named director, Jeff Berry, discusses the issue.
For his bathtub interview series, Damon L. Jacobs got me to reveal more than I ever imagined.
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