She recieves the award at the June 23rd LA Exclusive benefit at the LA LGBT Center, following a training for journalists on how to report on HIV and the people living with it.
University launches first culturally-appropriate PrEP demonstration project in the U.S.
I don't just have HIV. I'm living with AIDS. And I'm not ready to "let go" of the term and the history it evokes.
Kenny Shults’ controversial decision to tap a party boy as a PrEP spokesperson pays off.
The legendary reporter turned to some experts for an intro to the state of HIV in America today.
Five HIV activists — Peter Staley, Mark S. King, Eric Paul Leue, Mathew Rodriguez, and Tyler Curry — put AHF to task what they see as the group's failures.
An exhibit of Tony Greene's dark luxurious art from the '80s made before his death in 1990 from AIDS is supported by relevant work by L.A. queer artists from that period.