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Turn It Up!: Staying Strong Inside is the Sero Project's publication for (and partly written by) people in prison.
"No Health = No Justice" moves to address the system as the problem, rather than people who use drugs.
"Society perceives me and people like me as people who bring death," said Nina Martinez, the first HIV-positive organ donor. "And I can't figure out any better way to show that people like me can bring life."
'Crystal City' is the latest documentary addressing 'party and play' culture -- and its director hopes it will reduce stigma against people in recovery.
After successfully using the facts of "undetectable equals untransmittable" (U=U) in her defense strategy, Johnson's attorney is ready to challenge the HIV criminalization law that led to Johnson's no-contest plea.
We have no reason to trust President Trump's State of the Union announcement on HIV -- and that's precisely why we should work with the administration anyway, Drew Gibson contends.
While some HIV advocates are hopeful about the announcement, some worry that other Trump policies negate any real prospects for positive change.
When Rent opened on Broadway in 1996, it was a radical push against the stigma of living with HIV. But can the upcoming live televised production on Fox go beyond shallow sentimentality?
Tim Hinkhouse provides his thoughts on telling others you are living with HIV and writes about how he told his mother.