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HIV & Me: A Guide to Living With HIV for Hispanics
(In English / En Español)

HIV & Me

This easy-to-read guide from will walk you through the basics of dealing with an HIV diagnosis.

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Feature Article

Rates of HIV Are Rising Among Latinx Gay Men in the U.S. Are Anti-Immigration Policies to Blame?

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As anti-immigration sentiments and policies in the U.S. have certainly increased in recent years, is this having an impact on Latinx gay and bisexual men's vulnerability to HIV? (In English)

Actor Jai Rodriguez's Path to HIV Advocacy Was Paved by a Loving Aunt

Jai Rodriguez

Rodriguez's aunt, who died of AIDS-related causes, taught him "to always understand [that] a diagnosis or a status does not speak to someone's dignity or integrity[.] It's just their status." (In English)

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Personal Perspectives Gilberto Soberanis

Latinx People Living With HIV Share How They Came to Terms With Their Diagnosis
We asked Latinx people living with HIV in the U.S.: How did you come to terms with your HIV diagnosis and develop the confidence to stay healthy?

Gilberto Soberanis

A Latino AIDS Memorial Stands, but Gentrification Displaces the Community
"Unfortunately, due to the current housing crisis in East Los Angeles, people are being displaced, leaving the memorial increasingly without the community it was built to commemorate," Giuliani Alvarenga writes.

Gilberto Soberanis

'Que No Estas Solo': Beto Comes Out as an Undocumented Person Living With HIV
"After a few years of sharing my story with people, I started to change the way I was dealing with my own status," Gilberto Soberanis writes. "I don't know exactly when it happened, but suddenly I stopped thinking of HIV and started living. Now I live positively."

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Movers &am; Shakers

Healing HIV's "Viral Divide" Will Take Time and Empathy, Latinx Journalist Says

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