Latest by HIV Here & Now Project
"We need to continue to speak out, those living with and those affected by HIV, in order to ensure that we are not forgotten, and that the legacy of those who can no longer speak out continues," Nina Bennett writes.
"We create social and economic conditions that maximize opportunities for black Americans to get HIV (particularly young black gay men and transgender women)," Michael Broder writes. "Then we create criminal justice conditions that punish black lives...
"I do not have the energy I used to, possibly not the same mental clarity," Julene Tripp Weaver writes. "There is aging that makes such innocuous changes blurry as to the cause. And of course, there is the virus."