Findings show that Black people and women are disproportionately affected by the state’s HIV criminal laws.
In June of this year, the organization followed up on the application with the CDC, and our response was not even acknowledged or replied to.
The grants will study the use of a variety of techniques – personalized, daily text message reminders; and individual and group counseling
We started with HIV. We developed the platforms, applied it to coronavirus. And now we’re trying to close the loop.
"It’s time to take what we’ve learned from coronavirus and take it back to HIV and build upon from what we have learned.”
Over a third of them have died. It's known as "gay plague." (Laughter.) No, it is. I mean it's a pretty serious thing [...]
"This horrible disease afflicts members of one of the nation's most stigmatized and discriminated-against minorities."
"If this article doesn’t rouse you to anger, fury, rage, and action, gay men may have no future on this earth..."
Media painted the mysterious new diseases as Gay-Related Immunodeficiency Disease (GRID) or as it was more commonly called: the "gay plague."
Even though changing these outdated, ineffective and discriminatory laws is common-sense progress, this is a move in the right direction