What’s Your Brand of AIDS Activism?

Frontdesk by David Waggoner Frontdesk by David Waggoner January is usually the coldest month for New Yorkers. But I’m not worried about the weather coming in...

Keeping Our Heads Above Water

Sounds fishy to me! As we go to press, the Olympics are winding down and the suffering of tens of thousands of lives in...

Lady Liberty

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

Frontdesk by David Waggoner Grassroots Appeal   January can be a downer month for so many reasons—especially if one lives as far north as I do. Blizzards, freezing...

AIDS Activism: The Personal & the Collective

The Beat Goes On Just as I promised in last month’s Frontdesk, I attended my 35th Class Reunion…and danced my butt off to one of...

Mother & Child Reunion

Frontdesk by David Waggoner Mayhem is a better word for May, the way I look at it. Mayhem from the stresses of living in an...

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...

Conventional Speech

Atlantan Daniel Driffin, a gay Black man living with HIV, spoke at the 2016 Democratic National Convention to support the Presidential nomination of Hillary...

Still at Risk

Frontdesk by David Waggoner Still at Risk July isn’t just another month on the AIDS awareness calendar; it’s the month we’ve all been looking forward to for...

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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How Low Can You Go? A Brave New Campaign in Bexar County, Texas, Aims High by Chael Needle Thanks in large part to grass-roots advocates, the Undetectable...

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