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Under Georgia’s updated law, people living with HIV will no longer face a felony charge simply for not disclosing their status before sex.
Register now for this important webinar discussion in honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD).
How you can join the effort to confront unjust HIV crime laws, protect marginalized communities and end mass incarceration
The training would include accurate information for people affected by HIV of all genders, sexualities and races to gain patients’ trust.
HIV criminalization experts convened attorneys and stakeholders to propose public health guidelines.
The HIV Justice Network revamped its website to include a Global HIV Criminalization Database.
Released 25 years early, Michael Johnson made national headlines for a trial that raised issues of racism, homophobia and HIV disclosure.
I thought I was done with HIV shame and fear when I came out as positive six years ago. Then I met a new dental hygienist…in New York City.
Understanding the connections between sex work and HIV
It remains a second-degree felony in Ohio for a person with HIV to have sex without first disclosing.
The former college wrestler in Missouri entered a plea deal after his original conviction was overturned.
Consensus statement warns of “dangerous consequences” if HIV crime laws rely on a person’s undetectable status and treatment adherence.
The APA resolution details 27 reasons to oppose laws that criminalize HIV.
Allison Nichol is a national expert on disability rights, HIV law and the Americans With Disabilities Act.
Michael Johnson sentenced for infecting one man with HIV and putting four others at risk. Activists call the sentencing ’barbaric.’
New features include searchable state-specific summaries of topics.
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