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BET Experience 2016
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BET.com takes a look at the recent findings from the Black AIDS Institute’s report on how HIV and AIDS have impacted the African-American community.
Unconfirmed reports say that up to 100 participants were on board.
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.
Denying people access can increase their risk for HIV.
The U.S. is adding an extra $150 million to the global AIDS fight, with a first step toward reaching some stigmatized populations.
New report finds that Black gay men are seven times more likely to be infected with HIV and not know.
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.
Africa hasn't done everything right, but America should take note of these strategies.
A recent Drexel University study found that a past history of childhood sexual abuse raised a person’s risk of contracting HIV, but decreased the likelihood of them getting tested for the virus.
Filmmaker Paul Grant's new documentary highlights faith-based initiatives raising HIV awareness.