AIDS quilt on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

ICYMI: HIV Prevention Drug PrEP to Be Covered by Most Insurance Plans

At $2,000 per month, the pill is currently inaccessible to most of the people who are at highest risk of contracting HIV.

WATCH: Black LGBTQ New Yorkers Seek Liberation Through Ballroom Culture

In Mic’s latest installment of “The Movement,” Darnell L. Moore explores this dance and nightlife culture’s importance to LGBTQ people of color.

Hilton Als Speaks of 'Ghosts in Sunlight' to Graduating Class

He manages to perfectly capture hope and loss.

Naked HIV/AIDS Activists Arrested After They Take Over John Boehner's Office

At least three AIDS activists were arrested on Tuesday after they and other naked demonstrators briefly took over House Speaker John Boehner’s (R-OH) to protest budget cuts to health care services.

An AIDS 2012 Takeaway: More Poor, Criminalized and Marginalized Folks Belong at the Table

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.

Danny Glover Speaks of Personal Loss at Int'l AIDS Conference

“This is something that we all should get involved in,” Glover said at the International AIDS Conference, whose own brother has been HIV positive for more than 20 years.

Global AIDS Watchdogs Worry U.S. Neglecting Its Leadership Role

Obama’s strategy is to fight HIV comprehensively, but some say that’s camouflage for neglect.

The Truth About the "Down Low" and HIV

Researchers have in fact directly addressed this question and there’s no proof they are driving the epidemic.

Will Obama's AIDS Plan Reach Out to Black Women?

In Obama’s new HIV/AIDS plan, it’s crucial to channel resources into research, prevention, education and treatment for the most vulnerable.