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HIV PJA and the SERO Project are coming together to present a three-part webinar series continuing conversations from the HIV is Not a Crime Training Academy held in May 2016.
The LGBT/HIV Criminal Justice Working Group and HIV PJA collaborated on a webinar discussing how the policing of gender and sexuality pervades law enforcement, the operation of courts and the penal system, especially the policing of people living wit...
Although the FDA's recent policy change on gay men donating blood is a step in the right direction, "those involved in the continuous fight against HIV/AIDS discrimination and stigma say the revision is less impactful than completely lifting the ban,...
The media and entertainment industry plays a key role in addressing the HIV stigma. Let's collectively hold the industry accountable to ensure the promotion of accurate realities of HIV.
The gathering focuses on achieving bold goals of the U.S. National HIV/AIDS Strategy, such as sexual/reproductive justice, housing, sex worker rights, criminalization, and transgender/gender non-conforming people.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will make it easier for drug companies to demand longer patent extensions, limiting access to affordable, generic medicines used by millions worldwide.
The Ryan White Care Act is a vitally important safety-net in these states for low-income PLHIV, say advocates, and it must be continued with a call for expansion of Medicaid in every U.S. state.
What do young black gay men need? People in power who understand their struggles.