byon Nov 29, 2012 1:22PM
Humor blogger and Red Pump Project co-founder Luvvie Ajayi blends fun and fashion with the serious topic of HIV/AIDS and stigma.
Progress must be noted and celebrated. But as the data suggests, the AIDS epidemic continues to reflect this nation's most fundamental inequities.
byon Jul 27, 2012 9:49AM
This week's International AIDS Conference brought more than 20,000 top experts, activists, politicians and celebrities to the nation's capitol to exchange ideas about how to end HIV. Here's hoping that the next one will include more everyday people.
byon Jul 26, 2012 10:00AM
Jamilah King went searching for answers to why we all take such risks in pursuit of connection. She didn't find them, but she kept bumping up against love.
byon Dec 6, 2011 10:04AM
Loop21.com gave HIV/AIDS lots of play on World AIDS day. Two of its stories show how far we've come and where we still need to go.
byon Nov 30, 2011 10:38AM
Federal health officials say that, 30 years into the epidemic, less than a third of people who are positive have the virus under control. Boosting that number is key to stopping the epidemic's spread, CDC says.
byon Aug 19, 2011 9:34AM
"We wanted to show black gay couples who are loving and supportive and, at the same time, we wanted to document a diverse range of strong men in community," says CDC's Richard Wolitski. Kyle Bella reports on the new campaign.
byon Aug 4, 2011 12:30PM
An alarming study reveals HIV infections grew by nearly 50 percent among black gay and bisexual men in recent years. There are many complex causes for the trend, but there are also some clear solutions if we commit to them.
byon Jul 15, 2011 1:49PM
Two new studies involving heterosexual women and men reveal that taking a daily dose of HIV meds can decrease infection risk by well over 50 percent. That's a "yay" for women of color who bear the brunt of the global pandemic.
We break down some of the most alarming stats showing how and why HIV is still spreading 30 years later.