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Toni Newman is the interim CEO of the Black AIDS Institute, and Kemal Atkins will serve as managing director. Consultants are also on board.
“BAI is poised to deliver on a bold new vision of advocacy, mobilization, capacity building and delivery of direct service.”
Veteran staffer Raniyah Copeland will succeed Phill Wilson as president and CEO of the Black AIDS Institute effective January 1.
But how will Cookie deal with her son’s HIV-positive lover?
After nearly two decades, the Black AIDS Institute faces the future with new leadership and expanded services.
Phill Wilson is retiring from his post as president and CEO.
With 2018 already shaping up to be a busy year in HIV activism, I wanted to talk about the importance of taking breaks.
The change is one of many to mark a new direction at the organization.
The president and CEO of The Black AIDS Institute reflects on what’s next for the HIV community.
HIV community leaders remember the late AIDS activist.
Will improving the scientific literacy of non-medical employees in the HIV field help turn the tide in the epidemic?
Poor scientific literacy among non-medical members of the HIV-related workforce must be addressed in order to better fight the epidemic.
Studies in Africa show male circumcision lowers men’s risk of acquiring HIV and STIs from women. Do those findings belong in U.S. policy?
Efforts to fight HIV incidence and mortality should be tailored to the disease’s disproportionate impact on specific urban neighborhoods.
An open letter by LGBT executive directors urging the community to join the fight against HIV/AIDS.
To end AIDS in Black communities we have to focus on helping the more than 500,000 Black Americans livings with HIV reach viral suppression.
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