Occupy HIV: A Blog Entry by Brooke Davidoff (December 17, 2011)
"Our generation has needed a movement like this for a long time. They had a sit-in in front of a Chase bank. I hadn't felt so much unity since AIDS Walk. We need to stand up for each other more in America."
Love Heals, Ali Gertz and Me: A Blog Entry by Jimmy Mack (November 21, 2011)
"Eddie told me about a young girl who was dying of AIDS at her parents' house on Dune Road and asked if I'd like to meet her. ... Afterwards Eddie said wasn't it amazing what that young woman did with the knowledge of her disease by going public and talking about it to the media and at schools all over New York."
Notes for a Young Activist: A Blog Entry by Aless Piper (October 28, 2011)
"What I want you to know most of all is we are out there. It's not easy, and sometimes it takes a really long time to "get better," but we need you. We need your passion, we need your voice, we need your ideas."
Catching Up With Nina J. Bri: A Blog Entry by Robert Breining (October 25, 2011)
"Nina has spent the last five years since she was diagnosed learning what she could about HIV itself, the stigma attached to the disease, and how HIV affects the lives of those living with the disease in America as well as abroad."
Walk, Talk and KLEAN: A Blog Entry by Sherri Beachfront Lewis (October 25, 2011)
"Long before there were HIV medications or information or laws to help protect HIV-positive people from the enormous stigma of AIDS in the '80s, it has been my experience that the hope and help and friendships I found in 12-step meetings saved my life -- first from addiction, then to living with HIV."
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