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Cycle for the Cause supports HIV programs at the LGBT Center, and the Braking AIDS Ride helps fund Housing Works.
Over 94,000 people died of drug overdoses in the U.S. last year. New York activists urge the new governor to OK overdose prevention centers.
Shirlene Cooper empowers women living with HIV through art.
The decision arrives after more than a year of organizing at the New York City group that fights HIV and homelessness.
Watch AIDS advocates urge the governor not to abandon efforts to combat HIV, hepatitis and opioid overdoses.
Court findings showed the doctor not only refused to treat people who had HIV but also tested patients without their consent.
Charles King is the CEO of Housing Works, a nonprofit fighting the twin crises of HIV and homelessness in NYC.
Meanwhile, two similar bike rides on the East Coast are still gearing up to go!
Both shelters are located in New York City hotels.
The incident prompted New York activists to rally against HIV stigma and for bail reform.
Major studies have shown that “undetectable equals untransmittable,” meaning that successfully treated HIV cannot transmit via sex.
The New York City nonprofit fights homelessness and HIV.
Housing Works and other HIV-related groups urge action on Tuesday, October 8.
Nearly 100 bicyclists completed the Braking AIDS Ride—and rocked red dresses!—to raise funds for Housing Works.
The Ginny Shubert Center for Harm Reduction offers primary care and HIV services.
A growing global community builds a movement.
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