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Lily Tomlin presented the “Abbott Elementary” star with the inaugural Sheryl Lee Ralph Legacy Award at Project Angel Food’s fundraiser.
This is an improvement from 36% in 2020, notes this year’s State of HIV Stigma Report and survey from GLAAD.
Unhealthy food and drink advertising on TV has increased in recent years.
The longtime HIV advocate sang during her thank-you speech.
Focused on San Francisco and Birmingham, the “Nova” film explores the progress, advocacy and challenges involved in ending HIV in America.
“I am an endangered species, but I sing no victim’s song,” belted Sheryl Lee Ralph, longtime HIV advocate, during her thank-you speech.
Herself a breast cancer survivor, TV anchor Robin Roberts announced earlier this year that Amber Laign had the same cancer.
“There are not enough doctors paying attention to women with pain,” said famed rapper Eve about her painful fibroid history.
A “Black Latina girl from New Jersey,” Michaela Jaé Rodriguez played Blanca, a trans woman living with HIV, on the series “Pose.”
Maven Lee shares his HIV story while promoting balls, serving runway and starring on reality TV.
Actor and singer Billy Porter was honored at an Elizabeth Taylor AIDS fundraiser; his memoir “Unprotected,” arrives next month.
Those in Hollywood and beyond remember Cicely Tyson as a brilliant thespian who broke barriers for Black actresses.
GLAAD study finds “drastic decrease” in HIV-positive characters on TV but sees an uptick in LGBTQ people of color.
Watkins, whose culinary talents earned him a spot on “MasterChef Junior,” was just 14.
Fans on Twitter are not having it.
In an episode of the TV show, Anderson’s character, Dre, joins a real-life diabetes campaign.
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