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Seventies funk group nabs credit on Mark Ronson's single following claim of similarities to “Oops Upside Your Head.”
New report finds that Black gay men are seven times more likely to be infected with HIV and not know.
Black AIDS Institute founder and CEO Phill Wilson speaks out on self-love and HIV.
Millennials are setting their own rules for a movement for change.
Phill Wilson, CEO and founder of the Black AIDS Institute, calls for more action, education and earnest discussion about the HIV/AIDS epidemic among Black men.
A study finds that persistence in the Black labor force helps fuel a high unemployment rate.
Attorney General Eric Holder believes the study could ease racial tensions.
Experts discuss how to prepare young African-American males to lead successful lives at a Congressional Black Caucus Foundation forum.
The NAACP’s new AIDS manual for Black churches is a good step. But if a church doesn’t want to stop being anti-gay, the manual’s power is neutered.
The five-day tour hopes to raise awareness and help end the spread of the disease.