Elizabeth De Razzo

Upward Bound Elizabeth De Razzo’s Infatuation With a Female Character and a TV Show Develops Into an International Outreach to Those in Need by Dann Dulin Elizabeth...

Many Shades of Gay

Ever see an HIV-related outreach campaign and not find yourself or the diversity of your community represented in the photographs or the vernacular of...

David Serko Project

Loss & Serendipity With The Serko Project, the essence of a personality is conveyed across generations, through new media and old by Karen Fleur Tofti-Tufarelli At...

Concrete Hero

Clamber over the parked-car pile-up of “Carmageddon.” Get into the swing of the “Tar Pit Traverse.” Tackle the “Hollywood Sign Climb.” Stunt training for...

Michigan AIDS Coalition

“After the verb ‘to love,’ ‘to help’ is the most beautiful verb in the world.” The quote by Bertha von Suttner is one of...

A Mother Remembers

My Turn by Diane Johnson How Far Can Memory Travel? When Alice called me that week she began to tell me of the places she had...

Remembering Chris Companik

Illustrator and comic strip writer Chris Companik died from AIDS-related complications on February 23. Chris held his memories dear. In our back-and-forth correspondence, since A&U...

EdgeAlliance

Stability and innovation are key when it comes to building alliances. EdgeAlliance, a Chicago-based nonprofit, has become expert in both aspects over the years—consistent...

Philly AIDS Thrift

“Aimless browsing is strongly encouraged” is the (shopping) tag line of Philly AIDS Thrift and it perfectly captures the nonprofit store’s welcoming, relaxed vibe....

Hyacinth AIDS Foundation

Hyacinth is a lavender-colored flower, it’s a species of parrot, it’s the social climbing character in the classic BBC series, Keeping Up Appearances—and it’s...

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