Aging with HIV: Carrying the Banner

Carrying the Banner Aging with HIV is no joke, but the past anchors my future by John Francis Leonard Forty-eight. I’m turning forty-eight-years-old and it gives me...

Let’s Kick A.S.S.–Portland

Strength in Numbers The Long-Term Survivor Network of LKA-PDX Creates Community by John Francis Leonard Photos by Fred Luna Portland, Oregon, is a city known for its progressive...

Queer Aging: Review

Queer Aging The Gayby Boomers and a New Frontier for Gerontology by Jesus Ramirez-Valles Oxford University Press Reviewed by Hank Trout From the Oxford University Press comes Queer Aging:...

Saul Bromberger & Sandra Hoover: Artists

Portrait of the AIDS Generation The Work in Progress of Photographers Saul Bromberger and Sandra Hoover Documents Both Positive and Negative Long-Term AIDS Survivors by Hank...

Latinos Growing Older with HIV: New Report Sheds Light

Remembering Olvidados Working with community-based organizations and clinics across the nation, the Latino Commision on AIDS, in partnership with the Hispanic Health Network, recently released...

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