Several leading HIV community organizations have released harsh rebukes in response to an announcement by President Trump on Sept. 5 that he would end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program within six months.
Despite obstacles, the U.S. HIV community is mobilizing to help make sure people living with HIV who were impacted by the storm have access to antiretrovirals and basic everyday supplies.
Please Help Lark Lands, an Old Friend of the HIV Community, Now Battling Cancer: A Blog Entry by Nelson Vergel
Neslon Vergel asks you to join him in helping a long-term friend of the HIV community beat her cancer with a GoFundMe donation.
After White Supremacist Rallies and Violence in Charlottesville, HIV Community Calls for Action Against Trump Agenda and Racist Policies
Our contributors and partner organizations shared both their reactions and important considerations for discussing the events in Charlottesville and considering how to move forward in our families, communities, organizations and in the media.
Officials at the IAS 2017 opening session gave speeches about science, research and innovation, but it was the activists who stole the show.
The statement aims to provide guidance for efforts to reform or "modernize" HIV-specific laws across the United States.
'Kill the Bill, Don't Kill Us!': On Capitol Hill and at Home, PWN Members and Allies Take Action to Stop Trumpcare
PWN-USA members as well as a number of allies joined over 100 other constituents from 21 states in descending on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., with a very clear, explicit message for their members of Congress.
The U.S. Senate publicly unveiled its version of the American Health Care Act on June 22. Many HIV advocacy organizations, health care groups and community leaders have expressed staunch opposition.
Gina Brown, one of six resigning PACHA members, says, "We know that the squeaky wheel gets the oil. And we will squeak, squeak, squeak" till people living with HIV have our voices heard and our needs met.
The HIV community should support those who left the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA), and those who stayed, writes Drew Gibson: "We need every ounce of advocacy we can get right now."