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Latinos made up 56% of cases in newly detected HIV clusters in Atlanta. What drove the disparity, and how can it be addressed?
Federal HOPWA funding to Jerusalem House will be slashed by 44%. But Atlanta’s mayor signals support for bolstering HIV housing.
The growing monkeypox outbreak is increasingly mirroring the disparities of the HIV epidemic.
Gilead Sciences, the Morehouse School of Medicine and Xavier University boost HIV care for Black Americans in a COVID-impacted South.
The “PrEP in Black America” summit aims to promote, educate and implement HIV prevention in African-American communities.
LGBTQ community centers team with the ADVANCE study to research blood donor eligibility and HIV risk. Participants wanted!
“He’s our Beyoncé!”
The Atlanta-based HIV service provider THRIVE SS launches an app for same-gender-loving men of color, regardless of status.
Nearly half of people living with HIV in the United States receive support from the federal Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program.
A choir of LGBTQ members and faith leaders sang from “Montero”—the album raises funds for 15 groups fighting HIV in the South.
Maryum Gibson has been named president and CEO; Jerusalem House’s current leader, Charlie Frew, will soon retire.
A student claims Atlanta’s Morehouse College did not accept him into an academic program because he has HIV.
Plus: Seven European cities surpass the Fast-Track HIV targets.
Over two decades, he helped thousands of clients at Grady Health System’s Ponce de Leon Center.
Black gay and bisexual men with HIV in Atlanta are more likely to be detectable.
We’ve reported on STI clinics closing, but harm reduction advocates are also raising alarms—and trying to reach those most vulnerable.
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