Nonprofit Claims CDC is Shortchanging Latino HIV/AIDS Prevention by Larry Buhl Every five years the CDC awards grants for HIV programs around the nation. In August the CDC had $143 million to allocate over the next five years of which they allocated $42 million for year one and funded 133 community-based organizations. Another $110 million [...]
Real Women Have Curves Lupe Ontiveros talks about Latino homophobia, AIDS and Making It as an Uncommon Beauty by Larry Buhl Lupe Ontiveros is spoiling me. We’re having lunch in a sushi restaurant in Whittier, California, and she keeps ordering more exotic rolls I’ve never heard of. I tell her I’m stuffed, plus I’m taking notes [...]
Emanuel Xavier is a poet who found his voice—literally. After writing poetry for years, he took his work to the stages of New York’s clubs and cafés, sharing his poetry and his life out loud.