D-Day: A Blog Entry by Richard Cordova III (September 20, 2010)
Looking back I can see the process of dealing with my HIV diagnosis through words, sounds, and images but not really knowing how to reach out for help. ... That being said, I can see the process where I was learning to accept the diagnosis and my own mortality.
A Poz Salamu-Alaikum: A Blog Entry by Ibrahim (September 1, 2010)
"I have met some other guys who came along with their Poz identity and chose it over their Middle Eastern one, but for me, I am trying to hold to both at the same time."
Fighting for Prison Health Care Above the Norm: A Blog Entry by Rusti Miller-Hill (August 10, 2010)
"[While incarcerated in the early '90s, I] became a peer educator in the AIDS Resource Room, and found what would become my life's work upon my release. Nearly 20 years later, I am still disclosing my status and advocating to advance the state of health for women living with HIV/AIDS in my own community."
Back From the Brink: A Blog Entry by Thomas DeLorenzo (November 10, 2009)
People are still dying from AIDS-related causes in the U.S. -- and some of them die without even knowing they're HIV positive. This almost happened to Hollywood publicist and TheBody.com blogger Thomas DeLorenzo.
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