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Across 13 countries on four continents on Sept. 9, people snapped a photo for A Day With HIV. For the past five years, A Day With HIV has stepped out against stigma, by sharing pictures and stories. We are happy to share a slice of life from that day.
The writer and editor is also member of ACT UP NY and The Recollectors, an online community of people who have lost their parents to AIDS-related illnesses.
How did TheBody.com's team fight stigma for Positively Aware's A Day With HIV campaign?
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Does Banksy care about HIV? I don't know. What I do know is that the artist re-worked a painting purchased from Housing Works, and then gave it back to the HIV organization so it could be auctioned off. That auction ended at 8 p.m. on Oct. 31 with th...