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A ceremony at the National AIDS Memorial also includes a short film honoring HIV long-term survivors.
They’re pictured in one awe-inspiring digital image. Meanwhile, select panels are displayed in San Francisco as part of AIDS 2020.
Blanche, you’d better believe there’s drama—and joy—in the memoir of Gilbert Baker, creator of the modern symbol for LGBT liberation.
This is an archive of resilience and joy and courage in the face of something unspeakable.
At stake in amfAR’s civil war is the nonprofit’s quest to find a cure for HIV.
The Cleve Jones Wellness House, a home for people with HIV and hepatitis C, has reached a settlement in a legal dispute with the Town of Gilsu...
One day before the National Equality March on October 11 in Washington, DC, HIV activists, speakers and performers—most of whom are HIV...
From Philadelphia to Slumdog Millionaire, HIV has moved from front to Hollywood’s back alley. Can Milk nurse AIDS awareness back to health?
Sean Penn was honored with an Oscar for Best Actor for his role in Milk in which he portrayed assassinated gay rights activist Harvey Milk.
Milk, Gus Van Sant’s film chronicling the life of late gay rights activist Harvey Milk, received eight Oscar nominations on January 22.
“If AIDS had taught us anything, it was that we must be true to ourselves if we are to survive.”
A piece of the AIDS Memorial Quilt that was to find a permanent home in San Francisco may not be making the trip after all—at least not yet.
The NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt has finally finished unpacking its panels in Atlanta, where it will be stored when not globetrotting.
Cleve Jones created the epidemic’s most enduring symbol and got ready to die.
The Project’s founder tells why to make an American Quilt
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