Tranisha Darlene Arzah

Tranisha Arzah has been a member of the BABES-Network since 2010 and has worked there as a peer advocate since 2013. Having lived with HIV since birth in 1990, Tranisha has been educating and advocating on behalf of vulnerable and marginalized communities, including young people, queer, and trans people of color, as well as women in Seattle and surrounding areas. She also serves on the board of directors of Positive Women's Network-USA.

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HIV and Racism as a Barrier to Testing and Treatment

Racism as a barrier to accessing testing and treatment for HIV is an issue that is rarely discussed in white-dominated gay communities.

By Tranisha Darlene Arzah, Jake Ketchum and Laura LeMoon