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NMAC executive director Paul Kawata pays homage to the late HIV activist Michael Hirsch, his friend and partner in crime.
Honoring 30 Years at NMAC
The groundbreaking U.S. National Association of People with AIDS declared bankruptcy in 2013 after 30 years.
Frank Oldham is charged with six counts of stealing from NAPWA, a now-defunct group that represented people living with HIV/AIDS.
The Petrelis Files blog looks at the CDC audit of the National Association of People With AIDS (NAPWA), which declared bankruptcy and closed i...
A judge allowed the defunct group to sell its NGMHAAD trademark.
As a longtime leader in the fight against HIV/AIDS, Paul Kawata wants to be here for the end of the epidemic.
Ernest Hopkins, an HIV-negative advocate in the fight against AIDS, shares his concerns for people with HIV.
I’m happy I escaped from the South! The medical system is a joke. Especially in Mississippi.
The AIDS group files for bankruptcy.
We can point fingers or cast blame, but right now I want to remember the visionaries who started and built this important organization.
The HIV/AIDS community has met the demise of the organization with mixed reactions.
An AIDS journalist gives us a history lesson on why NAPWA’s demise is a sad and worrying occasion.
The NAPWA statement does not explain why the organization failed.
Today, more than three decades into the epidemic, the most prominent national voice of people with HIV lacks the breadth and depth of communit...
Effective December 31, Frank Oldham Jr. steps down as head of the National Association of People With AIDS (NAPWA), according to a NAPWA state...
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