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HIV advocates cheer: “In many ways, this is a very bold budget.” But they also call for a strategic national PrEP program.
After making stigmatizing HIV remarks this summer, rap star DaBaby met with Black AIDS leaders. What has happened since?
Discord surfaced when the board announced that Raniyah Copeland would no longer serve as president and CEO
The HIV program focuses on Black college students in the South. The Black AIDS Institute will partner with Cardea and the Legacy Project.
Toni Newman is the interim CEO of the Black AIDS Institute, and Kemal Atkins will serve as managing director. Consultants are also on board.
A statement from the founder and former president and CEO of BAI.
HIV community leaders demand Raniyah Copeland be reinstated and that the Black AIDS Institute fill vacant seats on the board.
Watch PACHA’s recent virtual meeting, which covered PrEP, the U.S. plan to end the HIV epidemic and new council members and cochairs
Learn about HIV science and grassroots organizing at the African-American HIV University. Apply by August 15.
UNAIDS assesses the progress—and path forward—to a healthy and happy life for all people affected by HIV.
When COVID hit, I wanted to use my music as a way to entertain people who were stuck inside. After George Floyd’s death, priorities shifted.
Guided by AIDS United and the Black AIDS Institute, the index aims to assess and improve racial equity in the HIV sector.
Raniyah Copeland, MPH, is on a mission to end the HIV epidemic in the Black community.
Uplifting social justice and HIV
Of all the issues that continue to challenge us, racial justice is the most vexing.
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