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The story of Glenn Burke, a Black gay baseball player who died of AIDS, has long inspired HIV and LGBTQ advocate Jamie Lee Curtis.
The drag performer spotlights living with HIV today.
Disparities persist in Black and brown communities’ access to PrEP and PEP to prevent HIV, say West Hollywood residents.
A TV, film and stage star—she played the handsy grandma in “Sixteen Candles”—Carole Cook also championed HIV and LGBTQ causes.
HIV activist Scott Robbe protested with ACT UP at the New York Stock Exchange in 1989, and he championed LGBTQ visibility in film and TV.
The documentary “Howard” explores the life and AIDS-related death of Oscar-winning lyricist Howard Ashman.
The Black AIDS Institute and VOCAL-NY show support for the actor/singer.
Elton John hosts his annual viewing party, and The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation teams up with The Standard, Hollywood. [VIDEO]
Mel England talks about his HIV diagnosis at 19, a gay midlife crisis, his latest film and the mantra that got him through it all
GLAAD, the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and AIDS United released a guide for reporting on HIV/AIDS in the era of PrEP and treatment.
Elton John and his partner David Furnish hosted the 20th annual Academy Awards Viewing Party to benefit The Elton John AIDS Foundation
Lifebeat, the nonprofit organization that uses the power of music to educate young people about HIV/AIDS, partnered with BET, AIDS Healthcare...
Comic book creator Darren Davis was diagnosed with HIV a decade ago. Today, he’s doing super- even without the powers.
From Philadelphia to Slumdog Millionaire, HIV has moved from front to Hollywood’s back alley. Can Milk nurse AIDS awareness back to health?
Tinsel Town’s script about AIDS is good, but the picture’s not always pretty
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