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AIDSVu’s recent HIV data update also reflects the current state of the HIV epidemic among people experiencing homelessness.
Ashon T. Crawley’s “Homegoing” honors Black queer church musicians lost to AIDS. [VIDEOS]
His groundbreaking 1985 appearance on the evangelical TV show put a face to AIDS. The event was re-created in a 2021 Oscar-winning film.
Ending the mandate to cover preventive care such as PrEP “will cause incalculable harm to our efforts to end the HIV epidemic.”
Watch actress Alexandra Billings, who is living with HIV, offer a response filled with love, inclusion and holiday wishes.
The comedic actor died unexpectedly last month. Along with “Will & Grace” and Instagram posts, Leslie Jordan’s legacy includes HIV work.
An influential religious leader, Calvin O. Butts III also served on the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA).
Wake Forest University’s Faith Coordinating Center launched the Black Faith and HIV initiative with hopes of building a national movement.
Watch a livestream of the film “My Faith, My Story” for this HIV awareness day, which is held the last Sunday of each August.
Requiring insurers to cover PrEP encourages homosexual behavior, promiscuity and drug use, claims a federal lawsuit by Jonathan Mitchell.
Researchers reach out to faith communities.
An expanded HIV Vaccine Trials Network Faith Initiative aims to reach Black, Latino and Indigenous communities of faith. [VIDEO]
As a Black leader, an HIV advocate and the father of a lesbian, Archbishop Desmond Tutu was one of us, writes AIDS United’s Jesse Milan.
Despite being disproportionately affected by HIV, many Latinos living with the virus are thriving.
The founder of the Unity Fellowship Church Movement, the Minority AIDS Project and NMAC needs our help.
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