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AIDS United reminds HIV advocates that it is our responsibility to speak out against structural inequalities and systemic racism.
Courtesy of the Scottish police, Amsterdam and four cities in Ireland
African Americans expressed more concern about job security, government responses and police injustice regarding the coronavirus.
A list of those of color targeted by police because of their race
“This settlement is a lesson to all employers that HIV discrimination in the workplace is completely unlawful and has no place anywhere.”
The incident prompted New York activists to rally against HIV stigma and for bail reform.
She wanted revenge. She got a visit from the police.
A moment of grace—and some amazing advice—from a police officer. Would I take it?
The actor owes an apology to a lot of people—including me, a gay Black man.
The “non-corporate, grassroots” march in NYC will be held the same day as the traditional Pride march.
Download this new (and free!) resource from HIV Justice Worldwide.
Critics of the devices argue neither virus can be transmitted via spitting and that such suggestions reinforce stigma and misperceptions.
Police allegedly took an HIV-positive man’s cell phone and then called his contacts, asking about sexual conduct and disclosure.
Advocates have lobbied for this change for years.
She was ticketed for not disclosing her HIV status to a police officer during a traffic stop.
He faces a charge of criminally transmitting HIV.
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