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By Winnie McCroy | Friday May 31, 2013
A new exhibit at the New-York Historical Society chronicles the early history of the AIDS epidemic in New York City.
By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Apr 16, 2013
Unlike many other AIDS fundraisers, AIDS Walks across the country continue to raise much-needed funds to support local AIDS organizations.
By Giovannah Philippeaux | Saturday Apr 13, 2013
GMHC’s new Step+Walk+Dance event helped prevent bullying among Harlem youth, while also raising funds for the upcoming AIDS Walk New York.
By Winnie McCroy | Friday Mar 8, 2013
Via a We The People online petition, GMHC will force President Barack Obama to pressure the FDA to reform their policy against gay men donating blood.
By Tony Hobday | Wednesday Feb 6, 2013
February 7 is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, and in cities across the country, organizations are offering discussions, luncheons, HIV testing and other educational efforts aimed at lowering rates of HIV transmission in communities of color.
By Winnie McCroy | Sunday Jan 27, 2013
Jim Pickett from the International Rectal Microbicide Advocates brought the community together on January 24 at GMHC for an update on the struggle to find effective rectal microbicides to help stem the spread of HIV transmission.
By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Dec 18, 2012
Lesbians are heading nonprofits, winning high public office and getting national media. Here are some outstanding examples of those who have succeeded in a (straight) man’s world.
By Winnie McCroy | Thursday Nov 29, 2012
New York City will commemorate World AIDS Day with events from candlelight vigils, health fairs and HIV testing events to a special exhibition at the Leslie-Lohman Museum.
By Steve Weinstein | Sunday Nov 27, 2011
A new documentary on here! sums up the horrors of the AIDS epidemic, with an an emphasis on the first two decades, with vivid clips, images, interviews & narration.
By Peter Cassels | Tuesday Jun 28, 2011
With gay activists & groups concentrating on marriage & other hot-button issues, some wonder whether the life-and-death continuing AIDS epidemic isn’t being ignored - whether because of race & class, or long-time burn-out, or ignorance.
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