"A greater percentage of blacks in West Virginia who have been diagnosed with HIV are dying than anywhere else in the U.S. and people don't seem to care," writes Gibson. "How many more have to die before people do?"
Aaron Laxton asks Danny Pintauro to be mindful of his actions and statements as a person with HIV, saying he could easily derail the work of others.
"I never would have guessed that a prenatal care visit would set off a chain of events that would lead me to found #WeAreAllWomen, an advocacy movement for the rights of all women -- trans, lesbian, bisexual, asexual and straight (TLBAS)," says Carol...
Patrick Ingram discusses national Black HIV/AIDS awareness day with Miss America 2010, one of the spokespeople for the awareness day.
Most HIV prevention focuses on reducing or altering minority people's behaviors -- this new book blows that conventional approach away, and puts the fight against racism front and center in the fight against AIDS.
Khafre Kujichagulia Abif is an editor and poet whose Cornbread, Fish and Collard Greens: Prayers, Poems & Affirmations for People Living With HIV/AIDS brings together over 100 voices of people writing about living with HIV.
HRC Foundation's New HIV/AIDS Project Fellow Discusses Faith Communities, Coalition Building and Gay Men of Color
After years of experience working with the HIV-positive black gay population in Tennessee, Marvell Terry is setting his sights on a national agenda as the HIV/AIDS Project Fellow for the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
What does it mean to be black and gay in the U.S. South? Charles Stephens discusses that.
Tim McCarthy wanted to be "vital" in the world; he wanted to make a difference. He went from a fragmented family to designing custom software, founding computer companies and driving a red Porsche. Then, in 1987, he was diagnosed with HIV, and went o...
How do the recent events in Ferguson relate to HIV?