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Amplifying the voices of people on the front lines of the fight against HIV
A look at the surging numbers and what is possibly fueling them
#NFHAAD takes place the last Sunday in August. This year’s theme focuses on faith communities globally.
Marianne Williamson harnesses love to fight dark psychic forces—including racism, cancer and HIV.
For the second year, the White House ignores the group of Americans most affected by HIV. And that’s not the only omission.
In all of Utah, they were the only source of medical care. The Logo documentary “Quiet Heroes” tells their story.
The second annual event takes place Sunday, August 26.
The pulpit can inform the public’s views on HIV, stigma and social justice, says Bishop Oliver Clyde Allen III.
As a person living with HIV, I speak out for prevention—sometimes on the evening news!
The Human Rights Campaign aims to expose the vice president’s alarming viewpoints, such as that condoms are “too modern” to fight STDs.
In the past, he was accused of misusing data, showing religious bias and discriminating against gay men and people with HIV.
Actress Virginia Madsen and director Yen Tan discuss the project at the SXSW festival [VIDEO].
These actions from the Trump administration harm the HIV community.
The Trump Administration is protecting providers who deny medical care. This is “an attempt at state-sanctioned discrimination.”
In her film “Memories of a Penitent Heart,” Cecilia Aldarondo explores the secrets and generational rifts of her Latino family.
Sunday, August 27, marks the debut of #NFHAAD. Meet the faith ambassadors now! [VIDEO]
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