Jairo Flores D’l Carpio: Advocate

His vibrant name could be a fitting moniker for a foreign sports car. “Here’s your snoopy reporter, Ruby Comer, cruising the streets in my...

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...

Daniel Garza: Advocate

  Daniel in the Lion's Den HIV Educator Daniel Garza Shares His Struggles & Triumphs in His Quest to Stay On-Message and On Top of His...

EKAJ: A Sweet Film That Proves to Be Teflon-Tough

Independent filmmakers Catalina and Michael Gonzalez build family while bringing dramatic light to AIDS, addiction and other impediments facing today’s LGBT youth through their...

Rob Ordonez: Advocate

Desperately Seeking Robert New York City-based artist and activist Rob Ordonez talks about coming to America, HIV, art & activism Text & photos by Alina Oswald Throughout...

Omar Garcia: Advocate

Finding His Resolve Omar Garcia sounds off about the effects of machismo in the Latin culture, dating while HIV-positive, and the generational gap in the...

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Rafael Campo: Poet, Physician, Advocate

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