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By Conswella Bennett | Tuesday Nov 26, 2013
African American women, who account for one of the fastest-rising groups contracting HIV, are working hard to get the message out about always using protection.
By Conswella Bennett | Monday Nov 11, 2013
Only 13% of the population account for over 75% of new infections. Denial, lack of education and hopelessness only begin to explain the crisis.
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 John Riley | Wednesday Jun 6, 2012
Sunday’s Health & Wellness Expo was full of education, but even stronger on community and communication.
By Peter Cassels | Tuesday Feb 7, 2012
In November 2008, black support of California’s Prop. 8 shocked gay activists. Since then, in spite of the rhetoric of some black pastors, progress has been made at bridging a tragic gap in understanding.
By Eric Miller | Friday Aug 26, 2011
Susan Kegeles, professor of medicine and co-director of Center for AIDS Prevention Studies at the University of California-San Francisco, and her team of researchers studied HIV trends among young black gay men in Dallas and Houston.
By Michael K. Lavers | Wednesday Aug 17, 2011
The Centers for Disease Control unveiled a new campaign on Monday, Aug. 15, to encourage black gay and bisexual men to get tested. Officials hope the "Testing Makes Us Stronger" campaign will reduce disproportionate rates of HIV among black MSM
Wednesday Jul 20, 2011
The purpose of the HBGC book club is twofold: (1) to promote the work of LGBT authors of color, many of whom are not well known and/or self-published; and (2) provide a forum to discuss issues that are unique to members of the LGBT community.
Friday Jun 3, 2011
Los Angeles Black Pride (LABP) is America’s first and largest unity celebration for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender communities of color. For 23 years, thousands have gathered in Southern California from around the world.
By Michael D. Shankle and Uriah Bell | Wednesday Dec 1, 2010
Nowhere is the AIDS crisis more pronounced than in black and Hispanic men who have sex with men. Two renowned experts in the field discuss why the rates of infection are so high for gay men of color -- and what can be done to stem the tide.
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