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By Ernesto Flores Policy and Advocacy Fellow The first case of HIV transmission through the blood supply was reported in 1982. Fueled by emerging epidemiological data, negative stigmas surrounding homosexual populations were strengthened in fear of further contamination of the blood supply. In response to the public health threat, the FDA prohibited blood donations by […]
This call for abstracts and workshops is being sent on behalf of our friends and allies at Positive Women’s Network – USA and SERO Project, organizers of the HIV is Not A Crime II Conference: The HIV is Not a Crime II National Training Academy is coming up May 17-20 in Huntsville, AL Workshop submission […]
This statement is sent on behalf of our friends and allies at The Counter Narrative Project: National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day statement Why we must take bold action in uplifting the lives of Black gay men When my brother fell I picked up his weapons. I didn’t question whether I could aim or be as […]