“We’re just like you, and we hurt just like you hurt. We bleed just like you bleed. We put on clothes like you put on clothes. The only thing that’s different is we decide to live in our truth.”
We checked in with some top advocates about why (and how) the HIV community must continue to mobilize in the face of an undecided Senate majority and an uncertain future for health care in the U.S.
“To honor ACT UP’s legacy, it would behoove us to raise hell in some way.”
This Dallas Activist Pushed Their School District to End Its Relationship with ICE. Here’s How They Did It
Two years ago, Angee Andrade and the North Texas Dream Team made sure Dallas schools remained a safe place for undocumented students. Now, they’re sharing their plan for success so others can follow suit.
Activist Khafre Kujichagulia Abif writes about the importance of fighting stigma and HIV health disparities for bisexuals.
Diagnosed in 1985, Jesus Heberto Guillen Solis has created a digital community for 5,000 people living with HIV/AIDS ... and counting.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar wants to reallocate $266 million in funds allocated by Congress for HIV treatment, prevention, and support services, and repurpose it to finance the separation and imprisonment of young immigrant children.
"There are plenty of reasons why LGBT people and people living with HIV should be horrified at the prospect of a Justice Kavanaugh," writes Catherine Hanssens, the founder and executive director of The Center for HIV Law & Policy.
Tips for activists to prepare for high-level meetings, on the heels of news about black ministers meeting with Trump on prison reform.
There is plenty that you can do between now and the 2018 midterm elections to ensure that the voices of people living with and affected by HIV are heard.