With seven years of experience in HIV research, prevention and care, specifically focused on black gay and bisexual men, PJ has become a nationally recognized leader among his peers.
Justin's HIV Journal Videos Showcased at the Brooklyn Museum Exhibit: A Blog Entry by Justin B. Terry-Smith
Justin B. Terry-Smith is proud to announce his video blog, "Justin's HIV Journal," will be a part of the upcoming "Compulsive Practice" exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum.
"I am a human being who was handed a card in life that made me stronger than I thought I was," Davina Connor writes.
For Black Boys Who've Considered Suicide When Undetectable Isn't Enuff: A Blog Entry by Abdul-Aliy A Muhammad
"Calling people out after death about how they may have died of HIV is troubling and perpetuates stigma," Abdul-Aliy A Muhammad writes. "Disclosure should always be driven by a decision of the person without someone trying to police, threaten, blackm...
Marc Meachem, director of External Affairs at ViiV Healthcare is being honored at the Black AIDS Institute's Heroes in the Struggle Gala and Award Celebration for his fight against HIV/AIDS in black and latino communities.
"I call on the organizations reading this to look in the mirror and honestly assess how they have tackled diversity, how they treat people and how they have engaged people of color," Art Jackson writes. "I say it's more than having a token man who ha...
"I was only 22 when I was diagnosed. I was young and I felt it," Jessica Glaspie says. "But everyone's just trying to learn how to live, and now I'm just learning how to live a little differently."
After accessing PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis) for a possible HIV exposure, Garland Godfrey says he "realized how the services can truly affect people and change lives, as they had mine."
Biking over steep hills, Malika Nu-Man wasn't sure she could make it. Then she saw a trail of ants, and a voice told her that she was just as mighty as these creatures which can carry ten times their strength.
"I had just turned 25 and was about to graduate from grad school. Things were looking up for me -- but I wasn't feeling well and knew deep inside that something was wrong," recalls George Johnson. "It was November 19 to be exact, a day after my mom's...