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CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD SLIDES Stigma and Criminalization of Infectious Diseases: Building Bridges Across Issues, Communities and Movements Today, 2:00pm ET/1:00pm CT/12:00pm MT/11:00am PT – Register Now! In our focus on HIV and the stigma that accompanies it, we often lose sight of the long history of discrimination and stigma associated with other infectious diseases. […]
Reflecting on National Latino AIDS Awareness Day, we are reminded of the need for renewed focus to address the disparity of HIV among the Latino community. According to the National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC) in a new infographic released yesterday, while Latino community makes up 16 percent of the U.S. population, they make up 19 […]
“We Are Here: Black Gay Men in the South,” is a blog tour curated by the Counter Narrative Project and the HIV Prevention Justice Alliance to amplify the voices of Black gay men in the South. Each day for the next week a new piece will be posted. For more information feel free to contact: […]