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Watch this discussion about HIV, women and intimate partner violence, and listen to a PWN-USA podcast on HIV decriminalization.
A choir of LGBTQ members and faith leaders sang from “Montero”—the album raises funds for 15 groups fighting HIV in the South.
“They let Magic Johnson play basketball with FULL-BLOWN HIV but won’t let Kyrie Irving play because he won’t get a COVID shot”? Nope.
In 2020, a Louisiana court struck down a law requiring “sex offender” be stamped on IDs, including in HIV crimes; that ruling prevails.
The removal of “AIDS” from the names of two CDC HIV agencies coincides with structural changes.
Maven Lee shares his HIV story while promoting balls, serving runway and starring on reality TV.
News and tweets from the SYNChronicity 2021 Conference on HIV, hepatitis C, sexually transmitted infections and LGBTQ health
Gay and bisexual men accounted for 69% of the total 36,801 new HIV diagnoses in 2019. To learn more, search #NGMHAAD.
Toni Newman is the interim CEO of the Black AIDS Institute, and Kemal Atkins will serve as managing director. Consultants are also on board.
Actor and singer Billy Porter was honored at an Elizabeth Taylor AIDS fundraiser; his memoir “Unprotected,” arrives next month.
People 55 and older make up 37% of the U.S. HIV population. Most are undetectable. What’s more, PrEP use increased among this age group.
At the VMAs, Lil Nas X nodded to Southern folks living with HIV. Days later, the pop star gave birth to “Montero,” his debut album.
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.
Federal funds to scale up HIV services at sexually transmitted infection (STI) clinics will help reach Black, Latino and LGBTQ people.
Over 94,000 people died of drug overdoses in the U.S. last year. New York activists urge the new governor to OK overdose prevention centers.
You can now watch the short documentary-style film “My Faith. My Story.”—about HIV and religion in the South. Here’s how.
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