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Born Free Africa

Posted on July 28, 2014 by in Features

Necessity: Mother of Prevention Born Free Africa Counts Down to Zero Mother-to-Child Transmission by Stevie St. John At its heart, it’s a simple problem with an elegantly simple solution. An HIV-positive pregnant woman with access to care and medication can greatly diminish the chance that she will pass HIV on to her child during pregnancy, [...]

Zen Hospice Project

Posted on July 22, 2014 by in Features

Zen & the Art of Letting Go Dr. BJ Miller Helps Create a Caring Circle at Zen Hospice Project by David Rosenberg The sign on the white Victorian house on Page Street in the Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco reads “Zen Hospice Project,” but the roots of this building go much deeper than its [...]

Harm Reduction in Georgia

Posted on July 18, 2014 by in Features

The Price of Zero Drug Policies in Former Soviet Republics, Like Georgia, Are Spiking HIV and HCV Rates by Larry Buhl Georgia is facing the same problem as other Soviet republics: a surging rate of HIV and hepatitis C (HCV). Harm reduction advocates and NGOs have concluded that these surges have been exacerbated by government [...]

First Steps on PrEP

Posted on July 16, 2014 by in Features

I AM Men’s Health Philadelphia FIGHT Rethinks HIV Prevention, Shifting from DON’Ts to DOs with PrEP by Michelle Zei Photographed Exclusively for A&U by Freedom G Photography Don’t—the conversation around sex and HIV is full of these phrases: Don’t have sex, don’t have unprotected sex, etc. The negative connotation around HIV and sex can often [...]

Scott Fried

Posted on July 14, 2014 by in Features

Talk to Me Author & award-winning public speaker Scott Fried teaches us to speak “adolescent” when educating our youth about AIDS and life’s other topics by Alina Oswald Let’s face it. Nowadays one cannot talk about HIV/AIDS without bringing up the topic of youth and AIDS. And when it comes to talking to the youth [...]

National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS

Posted on July 3, 2014 by in Features

Take Action! Gearing Up for the Second Annual African American Hepatitis C Awareness Action Day, C. Virginia Fields, President and CEO of the National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Helps Mobilize Communities Around HCV, HIV & Other Health Disparities by Chael Needle Photographed Exclusively for A&U by Alina Oswald We know that 3.2 million Americans [...]

Got Twenty Minutes? Get Tested.

Posted on June 27, 2014 by in Features

The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and Cascade AIDS Project created this PSA to raise awareness about the importance of getting tested, knowing your status and helping end AIDS.

The Stigma Project

Posted on June 20, 2014 by in Features

The Benefit of Friends Scott McPherson and Chris Richey Became Fast Pals, and Then Evolved That Relationship Into Empowering Others with The Stigma Project by Dann Dulin They clicked. When Chris Richey and Scott McPherson met in Los Angeles, they discovered that they were both passionate about the same issues. One issue was HIV/AIDS stigma. [...]

NYC Ballroom Community

Posted on June 18, 2014 by in Features

Invitation to a Ball AIDS Awareness Helps Bridge the Generation Gap in the Ballroom Community Text & Photos by Alina Oswald Strike a pose. Vogue.” The command may have different connotations for individuals from different generations—a flashback to Madonna’s song, for some; and a dance form, for those too young to remember when the singer [...]

Calling My Children

Posted on June 16, 2014 by in Features, Movies & TV, The Arts

Calling My Children An Interview with David Binder Gail Farrow passed away from AIDS-related causes in 1989, leaving behind a husband, Ronald Watson, and four sons, Ronald, Jr., Frank, Kenny, and Benny. Award-winning photojournalist and filmmaker David Binder was with her and her family for a year and a half, every day, documenting the last [...]