In 1985, Cleve Jones grabbed Milk’s old bullhorn and instructed the crowd to write down the names of all of their loved ones who had succumbed to AIDS. They went to the old federal building at the United Nations Plaza and taped their poster art to the front of the building.
Matthew Zavala works at Los Angeles's Children’s Hospital’s HIV Risk Reduction Program helping (in particular, but not exclusively) young gay and bisexual men and transgender youth of color, who are disproportionately impacted by HIV and AIDS.
After he attended the Young Black Gay Men’s Leadership Initiative’s 2014 Policy and Advocacy Summit earlier this year, blogger Patrick Ingram says he realized just how much pressure there is to act as if living with HIV is easy.
With a celebrity clientele that includes Florence Welch, the woman behind the popular indie band Florence and the Machine, and a Zen-learner-meets-gay-Dr.-Oz philosophy, Sam Page is anything but a typical Hollywood trainer.