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In a series of reports, HIV experts lay out the gaps in plans to end the epidemic and ways to fix them.
The HIV and LGBTQ communities still struggle with race and how to integrate racial justice into our movements.
Twelve states have an adult obesity prevalence of 35% or more.
Their global conference also launched the 13 Million Campaign, an effort to get health services to those with HIV and not on meds.
New report highlights cancer’s toll on racial and ethnic minorities and other underserved populations.
With all this focus on America’s racial problems, let’s look at the bigotry directed toward interracial relationships.
We cannot end the HIV epidemic without prioritizing the health and well-being of Black people.
While much has changed, HIV health outcomes continue to expose our movement’s problem with race.
This is a call-to-action to other white people: stop looking away, stop hiding, and start being part of the change.
Andrew Spieldenner works to center the voices of people with HIV.
Keeping people with HIV in consistent care and on treatment for the virus is vital to ensure they benefit from an undetectable viral load.
Ensuring health equity for all people living with HIV
In remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King’s Birthday, I pondered about Dr. King’s last day on earth; the day before he became immortal.
Researchers theorize that socioeconomic inequality between Blacks and whites may drive this phenomenon.
Bob Leahy is a privileged GWM. He’s not sure how to feel about that, but when it comes to HIV advocacy, he’s got some ideas.
The 13th annual VAVA Voom fundraiser also included performances by Nona Hendryx and Jackie Hoffman. [VIDEO and SLIDESHOW]
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