HIV/AIDS

Q&A with Celeste Watkins-Hayes author of Remaking a Life: How Women Living with HIV/AIDS Confront Inequality

Starting in 2005, Northwestern professor Celeste Watkins-Hayes spent a decade documenting the lives of over 100 women living with HIV/AIDS in Chicago and beyond. She finds something unexpected—not despair, but a story of the profound power of personal and political transformation, all of which she chronicles in her important new book REMAKING A LIFE: HOW WOMEN LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS CONFRONT INEQUALITY.

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Report: Entire Presidential HIV/AIDS Council Fired

The 16 remaining members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) have been fired…

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It’s Time to #MakeHIVHistory with Kelly Rowland and Johnson & Johnson

Thirty-four years after its initial discovery in 1983, HIV/AIDS continues to be one of the…

Today is National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Today, millions will observe National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day in an effort to reduce…

Black Women Are Still Fighting for Our Lives Even if GOP Health Care Bill Fails

Republicans have now tried and failed three times to pass health care bills that would…

Working Together Towards a HIV/AIDS Free Generation

Often times we are reminded about unsettling facts about how HIV and AIDS looks within…

Living Example: Advocating HIV/AIDS While Positive

Two years ago, in the privacy of his own home, then 26-year-old Eddie Wiley and…

HIV/AIDS: Killing More Sisters Than Cancer

HIV/AIDS is killing Black women, and there’s no softer way to put it. The disease…

Changing the (Dis)Course of HIV/AIDS in the Black Community

Have you ever heard the saying, ‘When you point your finger at someone, there are…

[WATCH!] We Are ‘Greater Than AIDS’

February 7th is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Though Blacks make up only 13 percent…