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In 2019, Latinos made up 16% of the U.S. population but 29% of new HIV diagnoses.
Federal funds to scale up HIV services at sexually transmitted infection (STI) clinics will help reach Black, Latino and LGBTQ people.
This year’s SHAAD theme—Support.Act.Change—pays homage to 20 years of HIV service from the Southern AIDS Coalition.
Researchers attribute disparities in mortality rates to COVID-19–related deaths and persistent health inequities.
Eight immigration advocate groups urge ICE to release transgender and HIV-positive asylum seekers.
The Supreme Court upholds the Affordable Care Act for a third time. Here’s a look at responses from health care advocates.
Blacks and other people of color are more likely to suffer from psychotic experiences connected with social and environmental disparities.
Black and Latino kids attending schools with a greater proportion of white students experience a higher risk of mental health problems.
New findings highlight factors that put Latinos at a health disadvantage.
A series in the Lancet journal surveys HIV in the United States, notably among Black Americans, Latinos and other minorities.
A new report reveals essential health services for people of color were scaled down or discontinued amid COVID-19.
Leading advocacy groups suggest policy and practice changes to improve racial equality in access to high quality cancer care.
People of color applied to medical school at high rates last year.
Human Rights Campaign’s Alphonso David explains how a Gilead Sciences grant will help the LGBTQ group fight HIV and promote health equity.
First Lady Jill Biden visited a Whitman-Walker clinic to discuss health care, including cancer prevention, COVID-19 and broadband.
Transgender and gender-nonconforming people face high HIV rates and record numbers of violent deaths.
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