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In 2023, POZ readers were drawn to memorials, Latino advocacy, HIV crime laws, love stories and obituaries of AIDS advocates.
On World AIDS Day, Timothy Ray Brown, the first person cured of HIV, will get a star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars.
A beloved champion of Milwaukee’s Black and brown communities, “Uncle Ronnie” was an HIV peer navigator at Diverse & Resilient.
With help from The AIDS Memorial, Madonna shows the HIV/AIDS community that she cares—and still carries her personal losses close.
That’s the theme of World AIDS Day 2023, marked December 1. Here are five actions to accelerate the end of the HIV epidemic.
The late HIV epidemiologist founded the House of Marc Jacobs.
“I can just visualize the potential social media posts making fun of something that is so important to our community.” [VIDEO]
Ashon T. Crawley’s “Homegoing” honors Black queer church musicians lost to AIDS. [VIDEOS]
An epidemiologist who addressed HIV and COVID-19 disparities, Stephaun Elite Wallace loved music and founded the House of Marc Jacobs.
His groundbreaking 1985 appearance on the evangelical TV show put a face to AIDS. The event was re-created in a 2021 Oscar-winning film.
Speakers, including Anthony Fauci, MD, recall the highs and lows of working with HIV activist and author Larry Kramer, who died in 2020.
A community leader who launched Abounding Prosperity Inc. to address health disparities, Kirk Myers-Hill was found dead in his office.
The couple, who helped launch the ACT UP Los Angeles Oral history Project and fought for women’s issues, died within hours of each other.
Losing my passport, my luggage and a dear friend—that one person in your life who always makes you feel special, no matter what.
Do you have a person in your life who always makes you feel special, no matter what?
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