ACLU legal eagle Chase Strangio discusses his bird's eye view inside the Oct. 8 Supreme Court arguments on three cases impacting LGBTQ people's right to freedom from discrimination.
As U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on cases that may roll back LGBTQ legal protections, activist Tripp Reed prepares to risk arrest again.
The Trump changes to the public charge rule for immigrants applying for citizenship soon go into effect. HIV providers and advocates are concerned about the impact on HIV care for immigrants.
Without HIV medication for over a month, Mason finally gets an appointment -- a four-hour ritual of bureaucratic paperwork that's only the beginning of getting linked to care in Atlanta.
The friend of an HIV-positive man jailed in Singapore argues that governments have a duty to protect people living with HIV from stigma and unfair criminal prosecution.
Outreach worker Antwan Matthews argues for housing and public health approaches, not criminalization of people living on the streets.
Delays in payments have caused hardships for people needing rental assistance, as well as the organizations that serve them.
In the aftermath of this well-publicized case, states are still slow to take laws targeting people living with HIV off the books.
"From my perspective, decriminalization is just one step in recognizing the human rights of the members of the queer community," Badr Baabou says.
Nikko Briteramos won his court case and is now advocating to end stigma in black businesses, including barbershops.