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Highlights from three decades of Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA). Plus the new “Reset, Renew, Recharge” initiative.
Dawn Smith, MD, MPH, fought to expand PrEP and end HIV, notably among women and Black communities.
An influential religious leader, Calvin O. Butts III also served on the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA).
A documentary revisits HIV and LGBTQ hero Pedro Zamora, who starred in “The Real World” and died hours after the final episode aired.
Focused on San Francisco and Birmingham, the “Nova” film explores the progress, advocacy and challenges involved in ending HIV in America.
ONE’s Tony Valenzuela recently led the LA-based Foundation for the AIDS Monument. In 1999, he caused a stir on the cover of POZ.
Rasheed Newson discusses his debut novel, “My Government Means to Kill Me,” about a Black gay HIV activist coming of age in 1980s NYC.
The massive display marked the AIDS Memorial Quilt’s 35th anniversary and a return to its birthplace. Alas, rain cut the event short.
New art and music programs at the New York City AIDS Memorial highlight songs of the early HIV epidemic, from Sylvester to Bronski Beat.
“Remembrance,” a program honoring Philadelphians lost to HIV/AIDS, includes a theatrical piece, a “going home” ceremony and more.
A new exhibition and book showcase 165 AIDS posters from the University of Rochester’s vast online collection. [SLIDESHOW]
MTV Real World star Pedro Zamora would have turned 50 this week. These youth scholarships honor his AIDS education legacy.
A “Black Latina girl from New Jersey,” Michaela Jaé Rodriguez played Blanca, a trans woman living with HIV, on the series “Pose.”
In 2019, Latinos made up 16% of the U.S. population but 29% of new HIV diagnoses.
Donations dropped 70% due to COVID-19, and Americans on HIV treatment today have fewer unused meds, says the nonprofit’s founder.
This year’s #HLTSAD is Saturday, June 5, the 40th anniversary of the first AIDS cases reported in the United States.
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