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Stigma and Criminalization of Infectious Diseases: Building Bridges Across Issues, Communities, and Movements Thursday, October 23 2pm-3:30pm ET || 1pm-2:30pm CT || 12pm-1:30pm MT || 11am-12:30pm PT REGISTER TODAY! In our collective focus on HIV and the stigma that accompanies it, we often lose sight of the long history of discrimination and stigma associated with […]
“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: […]
Shouldn’t we know for sure if using Depo Provera increases a women’s risk of acquring HIV if she is exposed? Currently, we don’t know if Depo increases a woman’s risk of acquiring HIV, but observational data shows it might. Results are mixed, which suggests that use of injectable hormonal contraceptives could potentially be putting women […]