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The model, who does not have HIV, did not give permission to use the photo, and no disclaimer appeared in the 2013 campaign.
Founded by Advocates for Youth, the council aims to end HIV stigma and decriminalize HIV. [VIDEO]
The awesome mental health powers of comic book champions of color
Courtesy of a new guidebook from HRC Foundation’s HIV & Health Equity Project
The public education campaign comes on the heels of an HIV discrimination lawsuit.
Photographer Robin Hammond’s work gets highlighted by rock icon Elton John in The New York Times.
Is discrimination now down to a science?
Black mothers are three to four times more likely to die following birth than white mothers.
These 24 HIV leaders of color offer an answer by drafting “A Declaration of Liberation.”
Editor-in-Chief Kate Ferguson-Watson takes a look at racism in America under Trump.
When the world gets crazy, jump up and just live your life.
Advocates are prepared to sue a number of qualified health plans across the country for their ostensibly unfair designs.
State legislators will no longer push for a lifetime ban on hepatitis C treatment for people on Medicaid who do not adhere to treatment.
Legislators in Kansas are recommending people living with hep C who drink alcohol or do not adhere to their treatments should lose coverage
Plans across the state have started placing hep B and C drugs in their highest-cost tiers, a potentially illegal move under the ACA.
Lately, discrimination and prejudice in health care have been hot topics in the medical research field.
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