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Bob Leahy remembers going to the movies and crying, knowing he had found the key to handling his HIV diagnosis.
If you don’t know why, then watch this 1992 video of ACT UP’s Ashes Action outside the White House.
The clinic is home to the “San Francisco Model of HIV Care” and other influential services and approaches.
For 24 years, Camp Hollywood HEART, part of One Heartland, offered creative arts programs to the kids.
Here are some important dates in AIDS history.
POZ copy chief Joe Mejía recaps the contributions of Buddies, the first feature film about AIDS.
Listen to (or read) 40 in-depth interviews with artists who created work during the early epidemic.
Spoken word artist Mary Bowman opened the 20th Community Summit with a gorgeous poem that manages to revisit decades of HIV/AIDS.
In the short film “The Last Mile,” the cast looks at the progress we’ve made against the epidemic—and the efforts that continue.
Photographer and ACT UP member Bill Bytsura guides us through his decades-in-the-making book.
“Before there was effective treatment for HIV, he was known in the community for keeping us alive the longest.”
ACT UP London connects PrEP, stigma and HIV-positive immigrants to the rock biopic about Queen and Freddie Mercury.
“Long-term survivors are grateful to have a film like this around,” director Yen Tan tells POZ. “They often feel forgotten.”
Ric Muñoz starred in the 30-second “Just Do It” commercial. 23 years later, he’s back in the spotlight.
The addition arrives thanks to the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, which is celebrating its 40th birthday. [VIDEO]
Watch Gregg Gonsalves explain how his work affects public health, human rights and health inequities. [VIDEO]
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