Oscar winner Barry Jenkins will direct a film about the HIV-positive dance pioneer.
The city’s first Black mayor died at age 93 on Nov. 23.
Award-winning playwright Donja R. Love created a program that gave opportunities to people who often face barriers and gatekeepers in the theater world.
Watch This Beautiful Documentary About Longtime Survivor and Choreographer Bill T. Jones’ Most Famous Piece, Produced by a Protégé
Jones’ 1989 dance piece ‘D-Man in the Waters’ displayed stunning vitality and compassion in the face of the AIDS epidemic—and cemented Jones’ legacy.
Darnell Moore takes listeners on an adventure that expands their understanding of the many contributions that Black LGBTQ+ men have made to culture.
Here are eight things that non-Black allies in the HIV community can do to support their Black friends and colleagues over the long run.
‘Thank You for Coming to Work Today’: Colleagues and Comrades Remember the Indefatigable Elizabeth Owens
Owens, who died this September, will be remembered as one of New York City’s fiercest fighters for the marginalized.
Ed Buck’s reign of terror reflects how little we care for Black gay men.
Until we take this opportunity to define how much essential workers matter, cards, prayers, good thoughts, parades, and big coffees will not move their rights forward.
George Burgess was a tireless HIV activist who recently died. In this roundtable discussion, his family, colleagues, and loved ones look back at his life.
Black, queer, HIV-positive playwright Donja R. Love launches a new writing workshop.