Latest by Jeff Berry
Two best friends relate their stories about their unique journeys to wellness.
An interview with the co-star of the Emmy-winning series Transparent about the show and the shifting terminology around identity.
It's been nine years since Positively Aware's first issue on transgender people and HIV, and a lot has changed during that time. The title of my Editor's Note in the Positively Aware JUL+AUG 2008 issue, "A Decade Delayed," sprang from my interview wi...
There are numerous instances of life after testing positive that are uplifting and inspiring, something called "post-traumatic growth."
"It's going to be a long four years, so we need to learn to pace ourselves," Jeff Berry writes. "Now I start each day off with something I look forward to, rather than flipping on the TV."
"Stories have the power to move us, to illuminate, and to be transformative," Jeff Berry writes. "[The film] Last Men Standing is a story of tremendous hope, and of dreams lost. It's also a story of resilience, and acceptance."
A groundbreaking exhibition, Art AIDS America explores HIV and AIDS in American art, opening in Chicago on December 1, World AIDS Day, for its final run.
The executive director of the Latino Commission on AIDS discusses what it will take to end AIDS in Latino communities.
"The good news is that help is out there," writes Jeff Berry. "ADAPs, several non-profit organizations and the pharmaceutical companies themselves have assistance programs in place to help you pay for the treatment you need."