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A deeper intersectional look into the DaBaby controversy from the perspective of a queer music industry veteran living with HIV.
Advocates request a private meeting to discuss the facts about HIV and a long-term opportunity for him to share the education to his fans.
But DaBaby doubles down on concert comments like, “If you didn’t show up with HIV and AIDS…put your cell phone lighter up!” [VIDEOS]
The “Red Hot + Free” HIV fundraising album includes Billy Porter, Sofi Tukker, Titus Burgess and a new version of “I Will Survive.”
1971’s “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” is among Gil Scott-Heron’s hits. He was HIV positive when he died in 2011.
These books will get you through winter lockdowns.
Plan now to watch Black theater and AIDS films, listen to top scientists, and watch 1990s videos—all on December 1.
Reissues of ’90s Red Hot AIDS benefit albums
Five albums from the series will be released digitally. Remixes of Neneh Cherry’s take on “I’ve Got You Under My Skin” are out now.
The documentary “Howard” explores the life and AIDS-related death of Oscar-winning lyricist Howard Ashman.
His AIDS foundation launched the COVID-19 Emergency Fund to help vulnerable people living with HIV.
Bonus: Your donations to the Broadway Cares effort Emergency Grants for Pandemic Relief will be matched by Gilead Sciences.
Combining music and activism to prevent the spread of the coronavirus
Jack Waters and Peter Cramer guide us through “Generator: Pestilence Part 1,” which includes a “scent score” and premieres in NYC.
During 2020 Grammy Week, a panel of artists discussed the power of music to raise awareness.
The rapper, poet and activist is thriving with HIV.
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