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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.
I tested positive for HIV in 1992, but it took me several years to connect with others living with the virus.
The 2023 HIV is Not a Crime V National Training Academy will be held at Emory & Henry College in Virginia.
How HIV criminalization laws target women—and how women are fighting back
People living with HIV often come from heavily policed neighborhoods. HIV criminalization laws compound this disparity.
How you can join the effort to confront unjust HIV crime laws, protect marginalized communities and end mass incarceration
In the second session of Leadership Exchange LIVE: BEEEBAH Edition Ciarra “Ci Ci” Covin is joined by Marielle Gross, MD, MBE.
AIDS United CEO Jesse Milan Jr. represented the HIV community during a recent congressional briefing on NBHAAD. Here’s what he said.
The folks behind HIV is Not a Crime join other activists to launch the event on February 28—to honor Elizabeth Taylor’s birthday.
The new law “is a step in the right direction toward reforming the system” regarding HIV and STI prosecutions in New Jersey.
In stressing U=U, New Jersey’s acting attorney general wants to ensure that no one living with HIV is charged unjustly.
In 2020, a Louisiana court struck down a law requiring “sex offender” be stamped on IDs, including in HIV crimes; that ruling prevails.
In this episode, we hear how unjust laws have forever changed the lives of three people and what must be done to end criminalization of HIV.
This study of people living with HIV is conducted by The Henne Group in conjunction with Sero Project along with a broad range of partners.
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