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Guy Anthony

Posted on November 26, 2013 by in Features, Positively Literary

The Power of the Positive Guy Anthony Wakes People Up by Angela Leroux-Lindsey ‘Dear Little Guy: Being different won’t be such a bad thing in the future. The smile you’ve hidden your entire life will inspire others, so smile long and smile hard.’ This is Guy Anthony, author and advocate, addressing his younger self. He’s [...]

Sarah Schulman

Posted on November 22, 2013 by in Features

Witness to a Lost Imagination With The Gentrification of the Mind, Writer & Activist Sarah Schulman Delves into the Politics of AIDS Awareness by Chip Alfred Sarah Schulman is a dyed-in-the-wool New Yorker who lived through the AIDS crisis. But Schulman didn’t just live through it, she did something about it. No, she actually did [...]

Dab Garner

Posted on November 20, 2013 by in Features

Real-Life Teddy Bear Diagnosed with AIDS at a time when it was still called GRID, cuddly advocate and long-time survivor Dab Garner is still going strong in the fight against HIV/AIDS Text & Photos by Sean Black Dab Garner, founder and CEO of Dab the AIDS Bear Project, and an aggressive ally for the rights [...]


Posted on November 15, 2013 by in Features

Because of W.O.M.E.N. Catherine Wyatt-Morley Proposes an Innovative Research Project as a New Chapter for Her Non-Profit by Chael Needle Photos by Cody Emberton Tragedy to triumph—that’s the subtitle of Catherine Wyatt-Morley’s recently published account of her journey so far as HIV-positive. It’s also a portrait of her dedication to helping and amplifying the voices [...]

Dr. Bambi Gaddist

Posted on November 12, 2013 by in Features

Southern Heroes Alina Oswald Talks with Dr. Bambi Gaddist About Linking Individuals to Affordable Care & Reaching Out to African-American Women with a Message of AIDS Awareness In the wake of any tragedy, people need heroes, and heroes emerge. It happened after the September 11 attacks, after Hurricane Sandy, and in the wake of the [...]

Dallas Buyers Club

Posted on November 8, 2013 by in Features, Movies & TV, The Arts

In the Fog of War A New Film, Dallas Buyers Club, Revisits One Man’s Small Battle for Treatment Access in the First Decade of the Pandemic by Mark Rebernik A plague was engulfing the nation. As the Cold War was ending and the spectre of fiery mass annihilation waned, a new threat emerged that picked [...]

Mazzoni Men

Posted on November 3, 2013 by in Features

Circle of Life In a Telling Roundtable Discussion, Six Young Men Open Up About Living with HIV & Finding Strength in One Another by Chip Alfred Photographed Exclusively for A&U by Tara Lessard You’ve probably heard the facts. Men who have sex with men (MSM) are most heavily affected by HIV infection, and the situation [...]

Angels of Harlem

Posted on October 21, 2013 by in Features

Angels of Harlem Singer Alicia Keys & U.S. Representative Charles B. Rangel, Along with Community Luminaries, Spread Their Wings of Hope to Address the High Rates of HIV/AIDS in Their Harlem Hometown and Beyond Text & Photos by Sean Black On August 22, Harlem Hospital Center opened its doors to local residents with the purpose [...]


Posted on October 18, 2013 by in Features

Caring Knowledge Ann-Margret delivers her best performance in her role as quiet advocate for the AIDS community by Dann Dulin A star was born…when Ann-Margret coolly sashayed before the camera in her debut film, the 1962 Rogers & Hammerstein musical State Fair. Glimmering in sunny yellow short-shorts and a breezy white and yellow polka-dot blouse, her [...]

Long-Term Thriving

Posted on September 29, 2013 by in Features

My So-Called Positive Life Long-term HIV survivors search for care, community and meaning by Larry Buhl Perry Halkitis wrote a book, The AIDS Generation, Stories of Survival and Resilience, because so little was known about this group. Halkitis, a professor of applied psychology and public health and medicine at New York University, tells A&U that [...]