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Four Leaders in HIV Community Become HIV League Scholars

Four Leaders in HIV Community Become HIV League Scholars

Alex Aldana, Tranisha Arzah, Michael B. Clark, and Drew Hockman become the 2018 HIV League Scholars and will each receive a $7,000 scholarship.

By: HIV Equal

Four Leaders in HIV Community Become HIV League Scholars

By: HIV Equal
June 8th
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June 8th
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Four Leaders in HIV Community Become HIV League Scholars

New FX Show “POSE” Touches on the HIV Epidemic

New FX Show “POSE” Touches on the HIV Epidemic

The show is a first of its kind, with a primarily black and queer cast—specifically several transgender actors and writers and producers.

By: George M. Johnson

New FX Show “POSE” Touches on the HIV Epidemic

By: George M. Johnson
June 7th
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June 7th
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New FX Show “POSE” Touches on the HIV Epidemic

Remembering Essex Hemphill

Remembering Essex Hemphill

“The Black homosexual is hard pressed to gain audience among his heterosexual brothers..." - Essex Hemphill

By: George M. Johnson

Remembering Essex Hemphill

By: George M. Johnson
March 21st
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March 21st
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Remembering Essex Hemphill

Not Suicide, Then Homicide. Not Homicide, Then Homeless. Not Homeless, Then HIV: On Being Black and LGBTQ

Not Suicide, Then Homicide. Not Homicide, Then Homeless. Not Homeless, Then HIV: On Being Black and LGBTQ

George M. Johnson takes us through the tragic journey of so many young black LGBTQ people whose lives were cut very, very short.

By: George M. Johnson

Not Suicide, Then Homicide. Not Homicide, Then Homeless. Not Homeless, Then HIV: On Being Black and LGBTQ

By: George M. Johnson
February 12th
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February 12th
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Not Suicide, Then Homicide. Not Homicide, Then Homeless. Not Homeless, Then HIV: On Being Black and LGBTQ

George's LGBTea: The Continued Importance of Black HIV CBOs and Conferences In HIV Work

George's LGBTea: The Continued Importance of Black HIV CBOs and Conferences In HIV Work

Black CBOs and ASOs matter in 2018.

By: George M. Johnson

George's LGBTea: The Continued Importance of Black HIV CBOs and Conferences In HIV Work

By: George M. Johnson
January 24th
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January 24th
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George's LGBTea: The Continued Importance of Black HIV CBOs and Conferences In HIV Work

NMAC Study: PrEP and HIV Navigation Services Available at Most HIV Organizations

NMAC Study: PrEP and HIV Navigation Services Available at Most HIV Organizations

Two national surveys by NMAC found that 7 in 10 ASOs offer HIV and/or PrEP “navigators” to help consumers initiate and stay engaged in care.

By: Grant Schleifer

NMAC Study: PrEP and HIV Navigation Services Available at Most HIV Organizations

By: Grant Schleifer
December 12th
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December 12th
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NMAC Study: PrEP and HIV Navigation Services Available at Most HIV Organizations

Study: Patterns of Community Connectedness Among Gay and Bi Men

Study: Patterns of Community Connectedness Among Gay and Bi Men

This study demonstrates the ways gay and bisexual men connect with their communities – either online or offline.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Patterns of Community Connectedness Among Gay and Bi Men

By: Grant Schleifer
November 7th
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November 7th
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Study: Patterns of Community Connectedness Among Gay and Bi Men

Study: Urban-Rural Divide in HIV Prevention for Gay and Bi Men

Study: Urban-Rural Divide in HIV Prevention for Gay and Bi Men

Gay and bisexual men in rural areas are less likely to utilize HIV prevention services, according to a study released earlier this month.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Urban-Rural Divide in HIV Prevention for Gay and Bi Men

By: Grant Schleifer
October 26th
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October 26th
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Study: Urban-Rural Divide in HIV Prevention for Gay and Bi Men