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Below is an edited excerpt from a blog post by The Well Project, a nonprofit focused on HIV among women and girls across the gender spectrum
This year’s U.S. Conference on HIV/AIDS (USCHA) celebrated the contributions of Black women to the fight against HIV.
These dates represent milestones in the HIV epidemic. Visit poz.com/aidsiseveryday to learn more about the history of HIV and AIDS.
Cycle for the Cause 2023 spanned four states and raised funds for HIV programs at Manhattan’s LGBT Community Center.
Lily Tomlin presented the “Abbott Elementary” star with the inaugural Sheryl Lee Ralph Legacy Award at Project Angel Food’s fundraiser.
Magic Johnson and his wife, Cookie, were honored at the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation’s annual ball.
The drag performer spotlights living with HIV today.
Yolanda Diaz has vowed to keep fighting the persistent stigma around HIV and AIDS.
Activists with Housing Works and Health GAP urge Congress to re-authorize the global AIDS program PEPFAR.
The Denver Principles were first articulated by a group of gay men with AIDS in Denver in 1983.
Speakers, including Anthony Fauci, MD, recall the highs and lows of working with HIV activist and author Larry Kramer, who died in 2020.
HIV and LGBTQ activist Paul Aguilar is participating in a San Francisco study testing a monthly injectable treatment.
Medical activism has consistently been at the center of Chloe Orkin’s career.
A conversation about the earliest days of the AIDS epidemic and the creation of the Denver Principles.
Two large exhibitions in Mexico City propose distinct visions of queer art.
The document details the rights and responsibilities of people with AIDS.
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