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Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy (OIDP) leadership share comments during a visit to the Frederick Douglas House in DC.
The theme for this year’s #NBHAAD is “Engage, Educate, Empower: Uniting to End HIV/AIDS in Black Communities.”
Ada Stewart, MD, on the importance of education, #NBHAAD and ending the HIV epidemic in Black communities
We are now accepting your abstracts, registrations, and scholarship applications. Join us September 12-15, 2024 in New Orleans.
Wednesday, February 7, marks the 2024 National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, #NBHAAD.
In commemoration of Black History Month, the Los Angeles LGBT Center will host its inaugural Highly Favored program and ball.
A summit for HIV service providers, advocates, and People Living with HIV to envision healing-centered, liberation-driven organizations.
Harold Phillips was an amazing director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy.
HIV cure research is a complex topic on many levels. Bridgette Picou sums up an experience attending a meeting of passionate cure advocates.
Our movement thankfully beat back some of these efforts in 2023 but that’s no cause for complacency.
HIV.gov encourages you to watch these inspiring videos featuring federal HIV director Kaye Hayes and family physician Dr. Ada Stewart.
Eleven HIV service providers received funding, including Broward House, which suffered major flood damage at a Fort Lauderdale facility.
Join us to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Global Village at AIDS 2024 in Munich in July 2024!
An investigation found that AHF also evicts and sues residents at its homeless housing while publicly advocating against evictions.
To launch the HIV prevention campaign for LGBTQ and minority youth in Chicago, PrEP4Teens created a mural and held a mini-ball.
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