Student, model and activist Horcelie Sinda Wa Mbongo makes history by winning the Miss Congo UK beauty pageant.
With their epic dance events, this all volunteer group has raised more than $1.2 million for HIV services in the D.C. area.
Thanks to an outpouring of support from the community, local charities, and even a few celebrities, the Sussex Beacon clinic will, for now, remain open.
Abdul-Aily A. Muhammad refused his HIV medication to protest Philadelphia's Mazzoni Center over sexual misconduct.
People magazine does its 'Sexiest Man Alive Issue', well we think there's nothing sexier than the super smart, super sexy HIV activists on the following pages. These guys give us life. And hope for the future.
George Johnson (l) and Guy Anthony (r), the co-founders of Black, Gifted & Whole, want to change not only the way black gay men are perceived, but how they perceive themselves.
The Thirst Gala is an annual star-studded event aimed at raising awareness of the global water crisis.