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Military Personnel

Trump Admin Plan to Ban People With HIV From Military 'Rooted in Prejudice'

AIDS United states that it "opposes this and any policy that tries to use military readiness as an excuse to promote an ideology of discrimination and stigma."

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

Repealing TPS for Queer, Trans, and HIV-Positive Folks: A Life Underground vs. Death Threats

The Trump Administration is ending the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program for Haitian and El Salvadoran immigrants, which could endanger the lives of LGBTQ immigrants living with HIV.

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To Pay for Separation of Immigrant Children, the Trump Administration Seeks to Raid Ryan White HIV Care Programs

The Trump administration has devised a scheme to simultaneously rip health care away from people living with HIV and to continue terrorizing immigrant children by shifting funding from the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program to the Office of Refugee Resettle...

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Sex Workers

What Sex Workers Have to Say About HIV After FOSTA/SESTA

Despite its promise of protecting victims of exploitation, sex workers themselves say they're paying the price for irresponsible anti-trafficking legislation.

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Personal Stories

FX Series 'Pose' Brings to Life HIV History Through Black and Latinx Characters

It didn't take long for Pose, the Sunday night FX series created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Steven Canals, to achieve critical acclaim and become a cultural hit among black and Latinx LGBT communities.

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In North Carolina, an HIV Criminalization Reform Bill Passed, but People Who Aren't 'Undetectable' Remain at Risk

North Carolina's unique journey to HIV criminalization reform might serve as a roadmap for other advocates hoping to modernize their own state's laws. But it hasn't been without controversy.

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Most Impacted Communities Take Center Stage at #HINAC3

The long-anticipated HIV Is Not a Crime III Training Academy took place June 3-6 Indianapolis. What a remarkable three days it was!

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Incarcerated People

Will the Federal FIRST STEP Act Help People With HIV Convictions?

The FIRST STEP Act has been touted as a bipartisan criminal justice reform bill that may allow hundreds of people in federal prisons an earlier release date, including those criminalized for HIV-related crimes at the federal level.

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A Play About AIDS Wins Tony Awards, and No One Says 'HIV'

AIDS should have been center stage at the Tony Awards this year with big wins for the revival of Angels In America, a play about gay men dying of HIV in the 1980s. Except, none of the winners actually mentioned the word.

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Military Personnel

Veteran of Two Overseas Combat Zones Faces Possible Discharge Simply Because He Lives With HIV

In a new lawsuit, a sergeant in the D.C. Army National Guard claims he was denied the opportunity to serve as an officer and faces possible discharge from the United States armed services because he is living with HIV.