Josh Robbins: I'm Still Josh -- A Blog Entry by Robert Breining (March 16, 2012)
"Josh Robbins didn't know one person. Not even one person that was HIV Positive on Jan. 23, 2012. On Jan. 24, 2012, he knew one -- himself. Living in the heart of the bible belt in Nashville, Josh was the poster boy for prevention."
I, Too, Am Black History: Bayard Rustin (February 13, 2012)
"Since this is Black History Month, I would be remiss if I didn't highlight some of the African-American LGBT pioneers who paved the way for equality and acceptance. What does this have to do with AIDS? It's simple. Stigma comes from ignorance."
Run for It! A Blog Entry From Volunteer Positive (February 9, 2012)
"I came to Chiang Mai with the idea that I was going to be some strong HIV presence. An international volunteer who wanted to change the perception of a person with HIV/AIDS. Sorry, I was mistaken. As a volunteer you don't get to pick your goals. They just appear as you go from day to day."
Bishop Joyce Turner Keller: Where You At? A Blog Entry by Robert Breining (January 20, 2012)
"Bishop Joyce has lofted the term 'southern hospitality' to an entirely new level. She is not only the founder and CEO of Aspirations, a non-profit faith-based community service organization, but someone who is living with HIV/AIDS herself, and has dedicated herself to educating, supporting and inspiring others living with HIV/AIDS throughout the nation."
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