by Akiba Solomon on February 18 2011, 6:45PM
“I know a lot about having black babies. I’ve had three of them,” she explains during Pence Amendment debate.
by Shani O. Hilton on February 18 2011, 4:33PM
The right wing attack on women heats up.
by Akiba Solomon on February 10 2011, 12:04PM
By 2014, scientists may have given women the tool to truly change the HIV epidemic’s trajectory.
by Miriam Zoila Pérez on February 9 2011, 9:32AM
The House GOP is making good on its promises, but so are state legislators. In all cases, women of color lose the most.
by Jamilah King on February 2 2011, 3:38PM
New video accuses the agency of covering up a child sex ring. Seriously?
by Akiba Solomon on February 1 2011, 9:40AM
Alleged butcher Dr. Kermit Gosnell was aided by cynical abortion politics and a systemic disregard for Philadelphia’s poor women of color.
by Michelle Chen on January 28 2011, 10:07AM
Obama’s strategy is to fight HIV comprehensively, but some say that’s camouflage for neglect.
by Jamilah King on January 26 2011, 1:43PM
Poor women of color stand to lose the most in anti-abortion attacks.
by Ramon Johnson on January 25 2011, 10:03AM
Microbicides and pill-a-day prevention on the way. AIDS research returns to the U.S. Federal and state initiatives take off. But don’t wait for that Berlin cure.
by Rod McCullom on January 12 2011, 3:17PM
Global health watchers worry the island’s epidemic is exploding anew as the recovery drags on.
by Jamilah King on January 7 2011, 4:35PM
Republicans are attacking a bill that could take us one step closer to health equity.
by Jorge Rivas on January 7 2011, 12:15PM
Aretha Franklin is opening up a bit about her health after her mystery surgery last month.
by Jorge Rivas on December 9 2010, 9:25AM
The Queen of Soul is battling a disease that disproportionally hits African Americans.
by Eric Washington on December 1 2010, 9:36AM
On World AIDS Day, three black Americans look back on decades of misunderstanding about HIV.
by Linda Villarosa on November 24 2010, 3:15PM
Scientists and advocates alike are abuzz about a study showing a pill-a-day regimen’s success in blocking transmission.
by Jorge Rivas on November 23 2010, 4:04PM
Only about 15 percent of public school cafeterias have salad bars.
by Yvonne Yen Liu on November 17 2010, 3:43PM
Studies show this crisis isn’t just about money any more.