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Language, Media Ethics and Reporting on HIV Stigma


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24 Years After Historic Speech, Republican Leader With HIV Decries Rhetoric of U.S. Presidential Campaign

Mary Fisher, who riveted the 1992 Republican National Convention, on the 2016 race: "It isn't easy to find joy, or high expectations, in the context of uncouth politicians speaking half-truths to their mobs of angry supporters."

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Here Are 5 Ways the Media Can Stand Up to HIV Stigma

A collaborative statement by female leaders living with HIV digs into the harmful pitfalls in mainstream media coverage of HIV. Each section recommends solutions and resources to help media makers build their knowledge and shift their thinking about the realities of living with HIV today.

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New York City's New HIV Awareness Campaign Shows Intimacy in the Age of HIV

HIV testing in NYC is getting a brand new face. Rather than using fear-mongering as in the past, the Department of Health has chosen to highlight intimacy in its new campaign.

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HIV and AIDS: Language and the Blame Game

The negative and dehumanizing language used by scientists discussing global HIV policy is sapping the soul of those on the receiving end, writes Alice Welbourn of the Salamander Trust. She calls for an alternative language of nature and nurture.


  
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