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Race, Queerness, Art and AIDS Resonate in the Work of Darrel Ellis.
Black communities are disproportionately affected by HIV and AIDS.
For starters, the five-year National HIV/AIDS Strategy centers people living with HIV and addresses racism. These six elements stand out.
But Jesse Milan Jr. points out that the U.S. is the only major country not identifying sex workers as a priority population.
HIV stigma and worries about disclosure were also associated with lower odds of taking treatment as prescribed.
The Well Project is excited to launch our 2020 Annual Report! Learn about our efforts and accomplishments last year.
Despite being disproportionately affected by HIV, many Latinos living with the virus are thriving.
What is fair cannot be based on white privilege.
Do you want to filter or be filtered by race or HIV status? The results of a survey of app users explore this and other NiceAF topics.
Ample information, respectful interactions with clinicians and follow-up could be keys to supporting Black women in the South to use PrEP.
People focus on the social determinants of health, but the outcomes almost always break down along lines of race.
While systemic racism isn’t new, a new way of addressing it could help women protect themselves from HIV.
Systemic racism isn’t just about the police. We’ve seen it for decades in the HIV epidemic and now in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Darrel Ellis’s art—and life story—are more relevant than ever, says gallery owner Candice Madey. Explore his work in this slideshow.
Plus: Specific steps the Biden-Harris Administration can take to support those with HIV and end the epidemic.
Calling out anti-Asian violence is interconnected to NMAC’s fight to lead with race to end HIV.
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