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The Capital, Annapolis, Md.I'm happy to announce today the names of those selected as the first three community members of our editorial board. They will help determine the direction our editorials take on specific issues, bring to our attention topics we may not have focused on,...
The Kansas City StarThose first years, back in the late '80s -- when AIDS Walk Kansas City began -- people were scared, sad, yearning for hope. "It was in people's heads that it was a 'gay man's disease,' and the people who started (the walk) and participated in (it) had...
The Fayetteville Observer, N.C.Local HIV and AIDS activist Stephanie Brown is one of five women chosen by Grammy Award-winning R&B singer Alicia Keys to work on a national education campaign. The "Empowered" campaign was launched last month by the Kaiser Family Foundation to...
While most theater practitioners gravitate from show to show, venue to venue, a few may be found putting in years of artistic labor on behalf of one specific producing organization. Two such individuals are spotlighted this week. The Costa Mesa...
Statistics show that many who have HIV don't know they're infected, and the AIDS Foundation of Chicago, along with Abbott Laboratories, is taking to social media to get that message out. "We need people to know their status," Johnathon Briggs,...
Channel 2 NewsThe Alaskan AIDS Assistance Association, also known as the Four A's, held a candlelight vigil on Saturday, December 1st, in honor of World AIDS Day. The Four A's works with the state to provide support to those living with AIDS or HIV and to prevent the...
Michael Gottlieb often runs into people who tell him they distinctly remember where they were when they found out about AIDS. It stands out in their minds like a historic U.S. event. Gottlieb, a Pasadena resident, was the first doctor to identify the...
L.A. NOWTo raise awareness and decrease stigma among Latinos, a Los Angeles health clinic launched a multi-part telenovela about HIV and AIDS....
For RedEyeYou might not have plans to swing by a ritzy charity event at Bono's house for World AIDS Day Saturday, Dec. 1, but that doesn't mean you can't do your part from Chicago. Get tested, donate to a homeless youth shelter that helps LGBT young people with...
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Thirty-four million people live with HIV today, and 1.7 million became newly infected in 2011. But on the eve of World AIDS Day, many experts see room for some optimism. Studies now show that identifying -- and effectively treating -- people who are...
The Religion WorldHoly Angels Catholic Community together with the First United Church of Christ along with ministers from other local churches will welcome the members of the community to the Annual Prayer Vigil for World AIDS Day on Friday, Nov. 30, 7 p.m. The service...
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