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“HIV criminalization laws are based on bias, not science.”
A chapter from the book “The War on Sex” edited by David M. Halperin and Trevor Hoppe.
Proposed California bill makes intentionally transmitting HIV a misdemeanor instead of a felony.
AIDSWatch gathers people with HIV on Capitol Hill to speak with their members of Congress on March 27 and 28.
The AIDS United Public Policy Committee also has signed on to the consensus statement issued by Prevention Access Campaign.
In 2010, Darren Chiacchia was arrested in Florida, where it’s a felony to have sex without informing partners you have HIV.
For the 10th year, AIDS United and the Ford Foundation partner on the Southern REACH initiative.
The results are in.
Curator Danny Orendorff walks us through the HIV/AIDS exhibition “One day this kid will get larger.”
Current HIV laws in California are “based on the fear and ignorance of a bygone era.”
Funding topics include HIV criminalization, “bathroom bills,” the rural South and ACT UP.
It is yet unknown whether Missouri will choose to retry him.
A sociology professor argues for moving past sensationalist frameworks when reporting on HIV nondisclosure.
Masking Fear and Discrimination is directed by filmmaker Christopher King and produced by HIV writer Mark S. King.
"With HIV we can prosecute it or we can prevent it - you can't do both"
A new short film by The Sero Project covers the basics of HIV criminalization via personal stories.
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