Commitment to Life

Mobilizing Hollywood three decades ago against the fight against AIDS and the search for a cure, Dame Elizabeth Taylor was a trailblazer in firing up funding, awareness, and compassion.

Blood Simple

One day there won’t be a virus known as HIV and the last person living with AIDS will have died, not from the disease...

Why I Started A&U

December was the month, and the year was 1991; I’d have to refer to an old calendar to find out when “Set Adrift on...

Age Is Just a Number

Justice comes in many forms, and one of them, dare I say, is aging well with HIV. When I think back on all the...

The Walking Cure

Frontdesk by David Waggoner August carries a lot of mixed emotions for me. For one thing, it’s the month I was first diagnosed with AIDS. For...

Heart of the Matter

Frontdesk by David Waggoner Heart of the Matter March 10 is National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, a time to emphasize the concerns that should be...

Night Watch: AIDS Activism & the Arts

Over in Amsterdam, when I wasn’t helping to person the A&U booth at the International AIDS Conference, I had the chance to visit some...

Making the End of AIDS a Reality

Simply put, “AIDS ain’t over…yet.” But there has been enough good news lately, that I’d like to offer kudos to the hundreds of thousands...

Continuum of Care

Focus on the future, the next five years, the next ten years, and beyond—that was President Obama’s aim in his latest and last State...

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