Quintara Lane

Lessons from a Lady AIDS advocate & health educator Quintara Lane learns as much as she teaches Text & Photos by Sean Black Though Elizabeth Glaser was...

AIDS at 30

As we move into decade number four of the pandemic—what now? by Larry Buhl Anniversaries and birthdays can be a time for reflection. For people, the...

A Timelines of AIDS (1981–2011)

1981 In June, the first cases of AIDS are reported in gay men in the U.S. 1982 In September, the CDC establishes the term...

Remembering Rhomylly B. Forbes

"Anyone can help combat this disease by educating others, by caring for the sick, by raising funds for AIDS research. Everyone should help, and...

Art, AIDS, America

Tacoma-Based Artist and Curator Rock Hushka Helps Create a Different Frame for Understanding the Pandemic by Karen Fleur Tofti-Tufarelli When Rock Hushka—co-curator of the art exhibit...

Exposed

Justin B. Terry-Smith Courageously Turns the Camera on Himself to Keep Others from Being Infected by Dann Dulin “I want to broadcast my personal business...

Positive Young People Foundation

Something as simple and direct as one billboard can change lives in one community. Positive Young People Foundation (PYP), a new nonprofit dedicated to...

Suzanne “Africa” Engo

Fit for Battle Trained in Generosity, Suzanne “Africa” Engo Bolts Onto the Frontlines of AIDS to Conquer Ignorance by Dann Dulin She hit the ground running. At...

Reality Check

HIV Has No Face—RCP Has Many by Sean Black "Was your hair free? No. Were your nails free? No. How much would you pay for an...

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HIV & Isolation: Who Me?

Here I am, back in my hometown for eight years now. I don’t regret the move, per se, but it has presented me with...

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