But it is doing little else to address a growing HIV epidemic.
In the aftermath of this well-publicized case, states are still slow to take laws targeting people living with HIV off the books.
The billboards were part of the #StonewallIsNow Campaign.
New York City's HIV planning body looks at recommendations for ensuring services meet needs of people with disabilities.
The campaigns seek to address HIV in Latinx communities by mobilizing against homophobia and transphobia.
"There are shoulders of greatness that you stand upon; there are shadows of stigma you’ve emerged from," writes Kamaria Laffrey to her fellow long-term HIV survivors. "There is a journey to be traveled, and you, my beloved friend, are here to pave the way."
Advocate Armonte Butler explains what providers, health centers, and legislators can do to make sure youth have access to prevention tools.
"From my perspective, decriminalization is just one step in recognizing the human rights of the members of the queer community," Badr Baabou says.
As a gay man with HIV in South Africa, Wiseman T. Zondi writes, "I realized that to truly be free, I had to come out once again."
"As we observe this Pride season," writes international HIV advocate George Ayala, "let's embrace human rights and gender equity as inherently critical prerequisites to ending the AIDS pandemic."