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While much has changed, HIV health outcomes continue to expose our movement’s problem with race.
Systemic racism goes beyond our police. The HIV movement, like the rest of the world, has some serious soul-searching to do.
“It was a badge of honor that Larry hated me,” writes AIDS activist and NMAC executive director Paul Kawata.
Check out these social media reactions to NMAC changing the name of its annual national conference.
As USCA takes place, Paul Kawata expresses concerns about working with the Trump administration—and his desires to end this epidemic.
Expect “Ending the Epidemics realness,” disruptive innovation and Mother Elektra at #2019USCA.
Honoring 30 Years at NMAC
For this special issue on aging and HIV, we spoke to a coalition called the HIV+Aging Research Project—Palm Springs (HARP-PS).
Who got what and why? NMAC’s Paul Kawata addresses criticism and breaks down the data.
But official immigration policy states that HIV “is no longer defined as a communicable disease of public health significance.”
Register now for USCA 2019, held September 5 to 8 in DC. Here’s a peek at the speakers and workshops.
It’s also my 30th anniversary as the executive director of NMAC. Here’s what I plan to do.
Mark S. King offers his take on USCA and provides exclusive video from the event.
NMAC marked our 30th anniversary, but our work is in the crosshairs. The 2018 elections are extremely important.
Say what? That statement has me wondering why condoms and PrEP can’t get along, especially as sexually transmitted infections spike.
Held in Washington, DC, #2017USCA offers workshops, panel discussions, exhibitors and a family reunion of sorts.
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