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En 2015, Berry cofundó The Reunion Project, una organización para sobrevivientes del VIH a largo plazo.
#2023USCHA was a Love Letter to Black Women—and a joyous family reunion for the HIV community. [VIDEOS]
After his HIV diagnosis, Jeff Berry quickly learned about the power of community thanks to the Test Positive Aware Network.
Black women represent more than half the registrants of the U.S. Conference on HIV/AIDS, but racial disparity is far from solved.
A recent town hall event from The Reunion Project focused on long-term survivors building a life beyond their HIV status.
A new documentary explores the lives of long-term HIV survivors and what initiatives to “end the HIV epidemic” mean to them.
The Reunion Project Town Hall event this Tuesday, Dec 6 from 2-5pm ET will feature fitness legend Nelson Vergel.
Sunday, September 18, is all about #HIVandAging. Here are seven common reasons older adults could be living with HIV without knowing it.
The Reunion Project is a national network of long-term HIV/AIDS survivors. Their newly named director, Jeff Berry, discusses the issue.
Creating a virtual tool kit for long-term survivors
A free Reunion Project webinar will address loneliness and social isolation among long-term HIV/AIDS survivors.
“One of the things that impresses me most about TPAN is its legacy of community outreach,” says incoming CEO Kara Eastman.
A small selection of HIV activists who are alive and well today, unlike Rush Limbaugh. He’s dead.
Sir Elton John joins Greg Louganis and Javier Munoz for “Mark S. King’s 60th Birthday Bash” on Wednesday, December 16th.
This call to action and a related report are the results of a Reunion Project forum.
#ItIsStillNotOver. Plus: These survivors have a message for you! [VIDEO]
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