How many people did you know who died in the early days of AIDS? Jim Wigler’s moving photo project might include some of your friends.
Testing positive for HIV on April 3, 2008 meant one of two things for photographer, Louis ‘Kengi’ Carr: sink or swim. He chose to jet ski.
The photographer and activist shares his experience at USCA 2017 in an amazing video.
The exhibition commemorates GMHC’s 35th anniversary featuring dozens of works created by people living with HIV and AIDS.
ViiV Healthcare's ACCELERATE! Initiative is sponsoring an immersive theater production about HIV that is leaving audiences breathtaken.
Sistah’s’ Speak is an anthology, a collection of personal narratives from women living with HIV/AIDS.
A self-taught fashion designer and grandmother creates a gorgeous dress — made of 3,000 unused condoms — to help promote HIV/AIDS awareness in China.