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On February 16, 1990, the pop artist and activist died of AIDS-related complications.
On January 15, 1988, the Women’s Caucus of ACT UP protested the women’s magazine for falsely reporting that women are safe from AIDS.
These dates represent milestones in the HIV epidemic. Visit poz.com/aidsiseveryday to learn more about the history of HIV and AIDS.
Looking back on the longtime advocacy work of Malcom Gregory Scott.
Speakers, including Anthony Fauci, MD, recall the highs and lows of working with HIV activist and author Larry Kramer, who died in 2020.
Who Will Write the Definitive History of Fauci’s Reign?
Photographer and activist Lola Flash brings four decades of their work together in a new photo book.
Long-term survivor Mark Grantham persevered and found his voice as an advocate.
Author K.M. Soehnlein discusses his ACT UP book and what topic can start a fight within the group all over again.
The forthcoming book is the latest in ludicrous claims, feeding off scientific distrust, that HIV does not cause AIDS.
The couple, who helped launch the ACT UP Los Angeles Oral history Project and fought for women’s issues, died within hours of each other.
Rasheed Newson discusses his debut novel, “My Government Means to Kill Me,” about a Black gay HIV activist coming of age in 1980s NYC.
These dates represent milestones in the HIV epidemic. Visit poz.com/aidsiseveryday to learn more about the history of HIV/AIDS.
An HIV-positive gay man who performed as Patina du Prey, Hunter Reynolds was a member of ACT UP. Here’s his latest art book.
Artist David Wojnarowicz died 30 years ago. A photo of yourself can now be part of his LGBTQ-themed poster “One Day This Kid.”
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