Latina Transgender Beauty Queens Raise Awareness for HIV/AIDS
An all-Latina transgender diva race brings HIV/AIDS prevention and health messages to Orange County’s Latino community.
Why Is HIV Still Going? One Reason: 1 in 5 Don't Know They Have It
We break down some of the most alarming stats showing how and why HIV is still spreading 30 years later.
AIDS Researchers Eye Flurry of Promising Vaccine Developments
Recent weeks have witnessed a series of striking advancements in developing a vaccine for the 30-year-old epidemic that’s ravaging black neighborhoods.
The NY Post Makes DSK's Alleged Rape Victim an AIDS Predator
In its lust for a salacious scoop, Rupert Murdoch’s chronically race-baiting tabloid has made both the alleged victim and her community into the villains.
Equal Access to HIV Treatment Could Finally Slow the Black Epidemic
A new study finally proves “treatment as prevention” remarkably slows HIV’s spread. But huge numbers of black people living with HIV don’t know they are positive and aren’t in treatment.
HIV/AIDS at 30: Edwin Sanders Ministers to "Whosoever They May Be"
The Memphis pastor’s congregation has been among the leaders in moving the black church from a problem to an asset in the fight against HIV.
Elizabeth Taylor's Decades-Long Effort to End the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
The actress was one of the first public personas willing to discuss the epidemic, and did so until her death.