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Anthony Fauci, MD, highlighted how socioeconomic status contributes to racial disparities during the coronavirus pandemic.
Black gay and bisexual men with HIV in Atlanta are more likely to be detectable.
AIDS United reminds HIV advocates that it is our responsibility to speak out against structural inequalities and systemic racism.
HIV advocate Matthew Rose shares why he uses poetry to express the grief, pain and trauma he and others in the Black community experience.
While much has changed, HIV health outcomes continue to expose our movement’s problem with race.
Safeway and other Albertsons pharmacies will also participate, allowing uninsured clients to fill PrEP prescriptions at no cost.
Five recommendations by Aundaray Guess, a self-described “gay, black, tall, shaved-head man living with HIV.”
Gathering in large groups raises the risk of coronavirus transmission, but there are things you can do to protect yourself.
Systemic racism goes beyond our police. The HIV movement, like the rest of the world, has some serious soul-searching to do.
African Americans expressed more concern about job security, government responses and police injustice regarding the coronavirus.
Visual AIDS stands in solidarity with those standing up against police violence and a system that diminishes the value of Black life.
Sometimes an action of poetry is the best way to explain.
Certain areas are providing more testing, temporary housing and financial support to help reduce coronavirus cases in Black communities.
A list of those of color targeted by police because of their race
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