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Magic Johnson calls the basketball icon a “history maker.” Stern died January 1.
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She had been living in the United States. Last month, a play based on her activism opened in London.
Born with HIV in 1988, Bowman worked to fight stigma and inspire others.
A member of ACT UP and Rise and Resist, Vélez fought for drug access and civil rights, notably for those in the Latino community.
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Michael Friedman, best known for “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson,” reportedly found out he had HIV only nine weeks before his death.
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An evening with choreographer Vincent Paterson entertains and inspires.
Roane worked with the Virginia Department of Health; “his impact on the African-American community is well-established.”
An ordained Catholic deacon and member of the Air Force, Boughton also served Floridians living with HIV.
A self-described “agent of change,” Sharp was active in HIV and ministerial groups in Georgia as well as Africa.
Chambers was a health care counselor, avid blogger, public speaker and “insurance guru” at AIDS Project Los Angeles.
Bowie’s last live performance was in a 2006 fundraiser for international HIV charity Keep a Child Alive.
In the 1980s, facing AIDS panic and homophobia, Kit Duffy fought for AIDS education along with LGBT equality.
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