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NYC First Lady Announces $9.5 Million Investment For LGBTQ Shelter

NYC First Lady Announces $9.5 Million Investment For LGBTQ Shelter

This new commitment will also include an investment in addressing root causes of mental and physical health disparities among LGBTQ youth

By: George M. Johnson

NYC First Lady Announces $9.5 Million Investment For LGBTQ Shelter

By: George M. Johnson
June 4th
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June 4th
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NYC First Lady Announces $9.5 Million Investment For LGBTQ Shelter

Hooking Up At Black Pride and How To Stay Safe

Hooking Up At Black Pride and How To Stay Safe

Black Pride is an amazing event that happens every year, bringing tens of thousands of Black Queer people together to celebrate all that we are.

By: George M. Johnson

Hooking Up At Black Pride and How To Stay Safe

By: George M. Johnson
May 25th
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May 25th
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Hooking Up At Black Pride and How To Stay Safe

Transgender People Are Getting Lost In The Sexual Health Conversation

Transgender People Are Getting Lost In The Sexual Health Conversation

We continuously miss the opportunity to properly support transgender people when we let days specific to them come and go without much ever said.

By: George M. Johnson

Transgender People Are Getting Lost In The Sexual Health Conversation

By: George M. Johnson
April 30th
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April 30th
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Transgender People Are Getting Lost In The Sexual Health Conversation

Steps For Transferring Your HIV Services When You Move Between States

Steps For Transferring Your HIV Services When You Move Between States

George Johnson shares his experience with moving across state lines and transferring his HIV care.

By: George M. Johnson

Steps For Transferring Your HIV Services When You Move Between States

By: George M. Johnson
January 17th
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January 17th
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Steps For Transferring Your HIV Services When You Move Between States

George's LGBTea: One Year With No White House HIV/AIDS Strategy - A Timeline of Chaos

George's LGBTea: One Year With No White House HIV/AIDS Strategy - A Timeline of Chaos

There are still over 1.1 million people living with HIV in America, with 1 in 7 living with it unknowingly.

By: George M. Johnson

George's LGBTea: One Year With No White House HIV/AIDS Strategy - A Timeline of Chaos

By: George M. Johnson
November 8th
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November 8th
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George's LGBTea: One Year With No White House HIV/AIDS Strategy - A Timeline of Chaos

How HIV Reunited Me and My Mother After Hurricane Harvey… At USCA

How HIV Reunited Me and My Mother After Hurricane Harvey… At USCA

Grateful is what I will forever be.

By: Deondre B. Moore

How HIV Reunited Me and My Mother After Hurricane Harvey… At USCA

By: Deondre B. Moore
September 19th
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September 19th
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How HIV Reunited Me and My Mother After Hurricane Harvey… At USCA

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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October 13th
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HIV Equal returns to Washington, D.C. Sept 2015

HIV Equal returns to Washington, D.C. Sept 2015

HIV Equal returned to Washington, DC on Saturday, September 12th, 2015 for its second testing and photo campaign in the Capital City. The event was held at the DC Center in conjunction with AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF). HIV Equal also premiered its new look as it continues offering free HIV rapid tests to help end the stigma of people living with the virus. For more information, check out www.HIVequal.org.
By: HIV Equal

HIV Equal returns to Washington, D.C. Sept 2015

By: HIV Equal
September 27th
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September 27th
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HIV Equal returns to Washington, D.C. Sept 2015