Actress turned horse rancher Pam Grier says food can bring us together and help raise money for people living with HIV.
Project Runway’s Mondo Guerra talks love, food, fashion, his role on Lifetime’s Under the Gunn, and his work with Dining Out for Life, a foodie fundraiser for HIV and AIDS
With black gay men at the highest risk of becoming HIV-positive, having Douglas M. Brooks head the government’s response to the epidemic could be a game changer.
Television actors such as Oscar-winner Jessica Lange and Covert Affairs’s Hill Harper are lending their voices to raise awareness for causes related to HIV and AIDS. We’ve listed 10 of our favorite “supporting” actors below.
He took on the challenge of living as Rayon, a charming but fragile transgender woman battling AIDS and bureaucracy in 1980s Texas. He earned a boatload of awards including an Oscar. Here's why.
The actor won his Best Supporting Oscar for playing a transgender woman battling AIDS and transphobia in 1980s Dallas.
The Hall of Famer talks about adding his muscle to the fights against HIV and homophobia in sports.
Carlton Wilborn performed with Madonna in front of tens of thousands of fans around the globe, but learning to come out — about being gay, about having HIV, about surviving sex abuse — helped him achieve an even richer kind of fame.
The girl we met on a Nickelodeon special 21 years ago is still fighting HIV stigma. We spoke with Hydeia Broadbent last year and last week so did Oprah: Where Are They Now? Here is a video clip and her HIV Plus interview.