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HIV in the South

Posted on May 27, 2015 by in Features

Southern Exposure The Southern U.S. is Now the Region Hardest Hit by HIV/AIDS—What’s Really Going on Down South and What Needs to be Done to Turn the Tide? by Chip Alfred buy xanax online without prescriptionIn the 1980s, the AIDS epidemic in the U.S. burgeoned in our biggest cities—Los Angeles and New York. Now more [...]

God’s Love Turns 30

Posted on May 21, 2015 by in Features

Delivering God’s Love On the Eve of the Non-Profit’s 3oth Anniversary, Karen Pearl, President and CEO of God’s Love We Deliver, Explains Just How It’s Done by Alina Oswald Thirty years ago a hospice volunteer by the name of Ganga Stone was asked to deliver some groceries to a patient living with AIDS. She did. [...]

Fabian Quezada-Malkin

Posted on May 20, 2015 by in Features

In My Skin Fabian Quezada-Malkin Knows the Value of Finding Inner Peace Because He Knows All Too Well What It’s Like to Lose One’s Self by Dann Dulin Fabian was a singing teen idol who charted many Top 10 hits in the fifties and sixties. The Fabian of this article is not a professional singer, [...]

Time Capsule

Posted on May 18, 2015 by in Features, Positively Literary, The Arts

Time Capsule Looking ahead one century, what might you include to represent the AIDS pandemic? by Alina Oswald Let’s pretend that a time capsule is being prepared to be buried for 100 years that will include cultural items related to HIV/AIDS. It would be a chance for our generation to speak to future generations—a record [...]

Insurance Discrimination

Posted on May 15, 2015 by in Features

Adverse Effects Healthcare & HIV Advocates Accuse Insurers of Discriminatory Pricing by Larry Buhl HIV/AIDS healthcare and consumer advocates are praising recent promises by some health insurers to lower the out-of-pocket costs for HIV medications, but they’re not breaking out the champagne just yet. In March, Coventry Health Plan announced that it would dramatically reduce [...]

The Each-Other Project

Posted on April 24, 2015 by in Features

Modern Matters Mixing Art & Activism, Donja R. Love, Brandon Nick, and J. Bernard Manns of The Each-Other Project Create a Space for Community Empowerment Text & Photos by Alina Oswald Most recently we’ve seen art and activism in action at the Oscars. I also got to witness something similar unfold live, in front of [...]

AIDS Walk NY Turns 30!

Posted on April 23, 2015 by in Features

AIDS Walk New York Turns 30! Thirty years ago, the first AIDS Walk in New York was held by GMHC. Walkers numbered over 4,500 and $710,000 was raised. Last year, AIDS Walk New York, which, over the years, has expanded to include more than forty AIDS service organizations as beneficiaries through the Community Partnership Program, [...]

Gary Cowling

Posted on April 21, 2015 by in Features

Building a Team Actor Gary Cowling Celebrates 25 Years as an AIDS Walk NY Captain for William & Mary Alumni and Friends by Chael Needle Photographed Exclusively for A&U by Alina Oswald Speaking of his new apartment in his longtime New York City neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen, theater and screen actor Gary Cowling has his [...]

Willam Belli

Posted on April 17, 2015 by in Features

Standing Erect RuPaul’s Drag Race Alum Willam Belli Sets the Best Example by Being Himself: Outspoken, Compassionate & Playing Seriously Safe by Dann Dulin Photographed Exclusively for A&U by Annie Tritt Willam loves sex. NO! He really…loves…sex. And he’s smart. As HIV-negative, he knows that the consequences of reckless acts can be irreversible, even life-threatening. [...]

Daisy Martinez Dining Out For Life

Posted on April 7, 2015 by in Features

Dine Out, Fight AIDS Chef Daisy Martinez Shares Why Everyone Should Break Bread in the Fight Against AIDS by Larry Buhl Dining Out For Life hosted by Subaru, now in its twenty-fourth year, is set for April 30. It’s an HIV/AIDS fundraiser that’s easy to participate in. All you need to do is go out [...]