After 30-plus years of states using laws to criminalize people living with HIV for exposure or transmission, the movement to change these laws has gained momentum. Trevor Hoppe, Ph.D., discusses the history and present-day activism.
The HIV community is urging immediate action and speaking out against this attack on health care, which also threatens the dignity and lives of millions of people.
"Still Fighting for Our Lives," an exhibition running through Dec. 31 at Philadelphia's William Way LGBT Center, showcases part of the collection amassed by the city's acclaimed AIDS Library.
The framework to build a racially just and strategic HIV movement addresses root causes of the epidemic and lights a new way forward.
Farrow brings a deep and impressive record of HIV journalism, social justice communications work, and political and cultural critique to TheBody.com and TheBodyPRO.com.
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Many Texas residents -- including people living with HIV and their families -- are still reeling from the disaster left in Harvey's wake, though some HIV organizations have begun to spring back.
Jennifer Flynn and Jaron Benjamin talk about the sleep-deprived, adrenaline-charged madness of pulling together day after day of mass protests -- and about what they see as the real prize: universal health care.
Today, the HIV community needs to stave off one more, even worse threat to health care coverage. Read how it will impact people living with HIV -- among tens of millions of others.
At a recent New York event, ACT UP NY's founding Latino Caucus members recalled a time when community members took the epidemic into their own hands.