Can We Talk About the 80s Without Talking About AIDS?

Count Me In For the past year, I have been watching artist documentaries on cable and I caught one the other day that gave me...

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Day Without AIDS

Day With(out) Art (December 1) used to be the one day of the year that was universally recognized as the opposite of business as...

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Now is that time of year to give thanks to all the blessings that we enjoy in this great country. When my great, great...

Night Watch: AIDS Activism & the Arts

Over in Amsterdam, when I wasn’t helping to person the A&U booth at the International AIDS Conference, I had the chance to visit some...

Simple Truth

Sometimes we become weighed down by the complexities of life, and, in particular, the intricate challenges we face as we navigate life with HIV/AIDS....

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As we look to the fall and all the educational responsibilities of raising literate children (in my case grandchildren) in an age that favors...

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Just mention grandmothers and AIDS and one thinks immediately of the pandemic in South Africa and other countries on that continent. Grandmothers empowered themselves...

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Jump! Jump—for my love! When I saw on social media that The Pointer Sisters performed at AIDS Walk New York last month, I was...

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More than twenty years ago, A&U featured Joan Rivers in a cover story interview, written by Glenn Gaylord. October 1996, to be exact. We...

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