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Celebrities who have advocated in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Black journalists discover both the successes and the setbacks in the fight against AIDS.
The initiative focuses on the importance of taking AIDS medications.
"Start Talking. Stop HIV." focuses on the power of communication.
KMG-Ethiopia uses community conversations to stop dangerous cultural practices that often lead to HIV/AIDS and other sexual health issues.
Obama released a proclamation calling for the country to complete the work necessary to provide equal rights for the LGBT community.
The 2012 International AIDS Conference brings together more than 20,000 researchers and advocates to discuss pressing issues that make people more vulnerable to contracting HIV.
October is “Let’s Talk” month.
President Obama reacts to beheading of second American journalist.
Rep. Barbara Lee (D-California) realized that there were still laws on the books in 34 states criminalizing people with HIV/AIDS, she sprang into action, introducing legislation intended to move states to change their laws.