"We thought it was important to discuss HIV in the larger context of black activism and social justice work," explained Kenyon Farrow of Treatment Action Group. "We have a history of 30 years of activism around this issue."
Magic Johnson took to the radio to set the story straight and put to bed years worth of rumors regarding his HIV status and the reason why he's in such good health.
We offer four perspectives on what the HIV criminalization case of Missouri college student Michael Johnson has taught us about social and political power, and about ourselves.
In a move meant to combat the stigma around an HIV-positive diagnosis, the celebrity Mykki Blanco made the choice to share his own positive status via social media.
Transfusion of Grace: A Blog Entry by Rev. Andrena Ingram
Is Marriage a Finish Line or a Torture Device for Same-Gender Loving Singles? A Blog Entry by Antron Reshaud Olukayode
HIV on the Agenda at #M4BL, the National Movement for Black Lives Convening
Magic Johnson Wants You to Know He Isn't Cured of HIV, He's Just Taking His Meds
Michael Johnson Sentenced to 30 Years in Prison for HIV Transmission, Exposure
For the past 15 years, we have been bombarded with images and media attention blaming the "down-low brotha" -- the closeted gay man who sleeps with both men and women -- for the AIDS epidemic in black America. But these HIV/AIDS advocates from across the U.S. know what's really to blame.
Antron Olukayode describes himself as an "artivist" -- a blend of artist and activist. He is now the author of two volumes of poetry, each dealing with a different part of his life, but each centered around his diagnosis and subsequent life with HIV.
This easy-to-read guide from TheBody.com provides the basics of living with HIV and taking HIV meds.