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Los Angeles LGBT Center Launches “Prep’d AF” Campaign Featuring Milan Christopher

Los Angeles LGBT Center Launches “Prep’d AF” Campaign Featuring Milan Christopher

Following the success of last year’s “F*ck w/out Fear HIV prevention campaign, “PrEP’d AF” continues to raise awareness for PrEP.

By: George M. Johnson

Los Angeles LGBT Center Launches “Prep’d AF” Campaign Featuring Milan Christopher

By: George M. Johnson
June 5th
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Los Angeles LGBT Center Launches “Prep’d AF” Campaign Featuring Milan Christopher

Gateway Community College

Gateway Community College

Gateway provides residents and business of the Greater New Haven area with innovative educational programs as well as social and cultural opportunities. Each year more than 14,000 individuals choose from the more than 100 accredited degree and certificate programs at Gateway Community College which they take for college credit, professional development and personal enrichment.
By: HIV Equal

Gateway Community College

By: HIV Equal
April 6th
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Gateway Community College

Meet Jayce

Meet Jayce

 Jayce There are several semidramatic words I could have chosen that would perfectly describe where I mentally am right know, but above all I am truly "grateful". As a Beyoncé loving little boy, I never dreamed I would one day have a career where I was able to save lives by doing what I love to do... Talk! Kiss & Tell Networks is all about creating conversation not only for the LGBT community, but for anyone willing to listen, share, and realize that we are not all that different. From pop culture to politics we all have an option and a variety of backgrounds that mold our outlook on society.  I am HIV equal because I know my status and that doesn't make me any better or worse than the person standing next to me on the 6 train
By: Thomas Evans

Meet Jayce

By: Thomas Evans
December 8th
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Meet Nick

Meet Nick

Nick  My name is Nick Dantuono, and I work as a Peer Navigator for Long Island's Pride For Youth organization. As a Peer Navigator, my mission is to enhance the health and wellness of the LGBTQ youth through outreach, supportive services, and educational workshops on PrEP/PEP, STI and HIV awareness. I am from, and currently live in Long Island, New York. My word, Confidence, is something that I, along with many LGBT youth, have struggled with for a long time. After coming to terms with my sexual orientation, I discovered the self-assurance that had been vacant for a number of years. For me, being HIV equal means that we should detach the negative stigma affiliated with the HIV virus and that we should all be self-confident,
By: Thomas Evans

Meet Nick

By: Thomas Evans
November 12th
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Meet Brant

Meet Brant

Brant  My name is Brant Miller, and I work at The DC Center for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Community, which is DC's local LGBT community center. I am the Program Manager, and I do a bit of everything. I am from, and currently live in, Washington, DC. Currently I'm working towards a Certificate in Nonprofit Management as well as a Masters in Public Policy from George Washington University. I chose the word "playful" because I like to bring a bit of lightheartedness to everything that I do. I think that serving the community can be challenging work for everyone, and a bit of humor can help ground us and clear our minds to envision the future we're working towards. To me, HIV Equal means an ideal world
By: Thomas Evans

Meet Brant

By: Thomas Evans
October 13th
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Up Close with Mark S. King

Up Close with Mark S. King

At the 2015 USCA Conference in Washington, DC, HIV/AIDS activist Mark S. King chatted with HIV Equal about his website, MyFabulousDisease.com. He discussed the stories that have emerged from his experiences living with HIV. From serious to flat out raunchy, they’ll leave you feeling very “Mark S. King.” Check out the interview!
By: HIV Equal

Up Close with Mark S. King

By: HIV Equal
September 29th
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Up Close with Mark S. King

Meet Mark S. King

Meet Mark S. King

 Mark S King  Mark S. King has been writing about living with HIV since he tested positive in 1985. His blog, My Fabulous Disease, was nominated for a 2015 GLAAD Media Award and chronicles his life with HIV and spotlights other advocates working in the arena. "We all have a responsibility to end this epidemic, positive and negative alike, which is why I'm grooving on the mission of HIV Equal. Any campaign that features joyful, strong, unapologetic faces in this fight has definitely got the right idea."  
By: Thomas Evans

Meet Mark S. King

By: Thomas Evans
September 28th
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Meet Mark S. King

HIV Equal & REACH LA House/Ballroom Event

HIV Equal & REACH LA House/Ballroom Event

On Sunday, February 8, 2015, HIV Equal (www.HIVequal.org) teamed up with REACH LA, AltaMed and The Los Angeles LGBT Center to present its first-ever “Test Your Might - Mortal Combat” mini-Ball in Los Angeles, CA. More than 60 people participated in getting tested for HIV and photographed for the popular testing and anti–stigma campaign. HIV Equal was able to reach a diverse group of Black/African American and Latino/Hispanic individuals who are a part of a unique subculture of the Los Angeles LGBT Community.
By: HIV Equal

HIV Equal & REACH LA House/Ballroom Event

By: HIV Equal
February 25th
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HIV Equal & REACH LA House/Ballroom Event