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HIV Hasn't Stopped this Drag Star Turned Activist From Livin' Large

Jahlove Serrano was a homeless teenager. Now he’s a successful HIV counselor and the face of an education campaign.

These Men Reminded Me That HIV is Still Very Real and Very Complex

The death of one friend and the suffering of another was a major wake-up call for this writer. It should be one for you too.


When an HIV Diagnosis Becomes a Rallying Cry

Fredy Ceja has advocated tirelessly for those with HIV. Now he’s expanding his reach.

Helping Black Churches End HIV Stigma

The Balm in Gilead works to educate and activate religious leaders to become the first line of defense in the fight against HIV and AIDS in African-American communities and abroad in Africa.

HIV on Black College Campuses

How historically black colleges and universities are trying to stop the spread of HIV at their schools and beyond.


It's Time to Talk About HIV, Sex, and African-American Girls

In the South, many schools have opted out of having comprehensive sex education, but it’s here that we see the highest rates of teen pregnancy and of sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV, gonorrhea, and syphilis among others, says Dr. Ralph DiClemente.

We Are Here: Toward An Advocacy Agenda for Black Gay Men in the South

Presented by HIV Prevention Jusitce Alliance and the Counter Narrative Project this webinar focused on issues facing black gay men in the south including HIV criminalization and incarceration, mental health and trauma, engaging faith communities and access and barriers to healthcare.

Special Report: Black Gay and Bi Men Battle the Escalation of HIV

Given the opportunity, could black men actually lead us out of this epidemic?

WATCH: Black Gay Men Put a Positive Spin on Life

A welcome project, Positive Spin, features the stories of five black, gay, HIV+ men to encourage others to get tested and get treated. But is the message cohesive?

Barbershop Diaries: He's Black, Bi, Poz, and Proud

This busy dad is giving voice to people who are silenced far too frequently.

What's Really Behind the High HIV Rates for Black Gay Men?

Forget about all the stereotypes and misconceptions. One possible reason for the escalating rates might just surprise you.