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Toni Newman is the interim CEO of the Black AIDS Institute, and Kemal Atkins will serve as managing director. Consultants are also on board.
HIV community leaders demand Raniyah Copeland be reinstated and that the Black AIDS Institute fill vacant seats on the board.
LGBTQ community centers team with the ADVANCE study to research blood donor eligibility and HIV risk. Participants wanted!
This year’s #HLTSAD is Saturday, June 5, the 40th anniversary of the first AIDS cases reported in the United States.
The need for high concentrations of oxygen has stressed the infrastructure for delivering the gas to hospitals and their patients.
In Los Angeles County, daily new COVID cases, deaths and hospitalizations have soared beyond their previous highs.
Watch the virtual “AIDS Walk: Live at Home,” which combined the efforts of NYC and San Francisco. Plus, here’s info on the LA event.
UPDATE: The county health department restored funding through the end of March. Here’s how you can ensure it lasts longer.
Marianne Williamson harnesses love to fight dark psychic forces—including racism, cancer and HIV.
At press time, more than 700 cases of the highly contagious disease were confirmed in 22 states so far.
Now called the MAC Viva Glam Fund, the U.S. foundation honors 10 groups with $25,000 grants.
Bruce Smail is a Black bisexual man living with HIV who has worked for HIV groups in the Virgin Islands and New York state.
Community groups in Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston and Washington, DC, will produce needed research and data.
Veteran staffer Raniyah Copeland will succeed Phill Wilson as president and CEO of the Black AIDS Institute effective January 1.
The LA videos star women of color and promote HIV prevention. Watch all three here!
They’ll discuss racism, gun violence, health equity and HIV September 6 at #2018USCA.
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