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Fatigued AF, But Faking Good Health To Fight Anti-Blackness In An Anti-Black World

Fatigued AF, But Faking Good Health To Fight Anti-Blackness In An Anti-Black World

This is an existence that is shared by many who continue to walk the world as wounded warriors, whether they have the HIV virus or not.

By: George M. Johnson

Fatigued AF, But Faking Good Health To Fight Anti-Blackness In An Anti-Black World

By: George M. Johnson
October 17th
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October 17th
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Fatigued AF, But Faking Good Health To Fight Anti-Blackness In An Anti-Black World

CDC: Undetectable HIV Cannot Be Transmitted

CDC: Undetectable HIV Cannot Be Transmitted

This announcement is important as we move into the newest stages of the HIV epidemic.

By: George M. Johnson

CDC: Undetectable HIV Cannot Be Transmitted

By: George M. Johnson
October 11th
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October 11th
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CDC: Undetectable HIV Cannot Be Transmitted

CDC’s Continued Fight To End HIV On NGMHAAD: Start Talking. Stop HIV.

CDC’s Continued Fight To End HIV On NGMHAAD: Start Talking. Stop HIV.

The CDC’s goal is to teach and prompt people on how to effectively start a conversation around the importance of HIV education.

By: George M. Johnson

CDC’s Continued Fight To End HIV On NGMHAAD: Start Talking. Stop HIV.

By: George M. Johnson
October 2nd
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October 2nd
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CDC’s Continued Fight To End HIV On NGMHAAD: Start Talking. Stop HIV.

Maintaining HIV Service Organizations’ Effectiveness in the New Prevention and Treatment Landscape

Maintaining HIV Service Organizations’ Effectiveness in the New Prevention and Treatment Landscape

Now, in the era of "treatment as prevention" and the Affordable Care Act, CBOs and ASOs are struggling financially and organizationally.

By: George M. Johnson

Maintaining HIV Service Organizations’ Effectiveness in the New Prevention and Treatment Landscape

By: George M. Johnson
September 18th
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September 18th
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Maintaining HIV Service Organizations’ Effectiveness in the New Prevention and Treatment Landscape

We’re Failing Our HIV-Positive Prisoners – And, With Them, All African Americans

We’re Failing Our HIV-Positive Prisoners – And, With Them, All African Americans

The spike in HIV among black women may be caused in part by the lack of treatment options for another population: formerly imprisoned persons.

By: George M. Johnson

We’re Failing Our HIV-Positive Prisoners – And, With Them, All African Americans

By: George M. Johnson
September 11th
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September 11th
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We’re Failing Our HIV-Positive Prisoners – And, With Them, All African Americans

“90 Days” Explores Relationships, HIV and the Resilience of Black Love

“90 Days” Explores Relationships, HIV and the Resilience of Black Love

It is important that content like this is made to depict black cis-gender, heterosexual characters.

By: Jayce Baron

“90 Days” Explores Relationships, HIV and the Resilience of Black Love

By: Jayce Baron
April 4th
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April 4th
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“90 Days” Explores Relationships, HIV and the Resilience of Black Love

What the National HIV/AIDS Strategy Means for Black America

What the National HIV/AIDS Strategy Means for Black America

The updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy is set to focus on the needs of the Black community.

By: HIV Equal

What the National HIV/AIDS Strategy Means for Black America

By: HIV Equal
September 22nd
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September 22nd
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What the National HIV/AIDS Strategy Means for Black America