by Jamilah King on October 7 2013, 11:45AM
You can eat well without breaking the bank. Here’s how.
by Jamilah King on September 5 2013, 9:24AM
Here’s photographic evidence.
by Jamilah King on August 9 2013, 11:23AM
Since 1983, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has effectively banned gay men from donating blood on the basis of increased risk of HIV.
by Jamilah King on August 7 2013, 12:29PM
A new initiative called South Asian American Perspectives on Yoga in America is underway.
by Jorge Rivas on May 20 2013, 1:45PM
The chances for survival after an AIDS diagnosis were lower for Native Americans than any other racial group.
by Jorge Rivas on May 14 2013, 11:15AM
“You’re disadvantaging young people, African-Americans, the poor… that’s the policy of the Obama administration?”
by Jorge Rivas on April 30 2013, 11:55AM
The state is launching its insurance exchange program that will make health care more affordable for residents once Obamacare kicks in but it’s planning but it’s planning on leaving undocumented immigrants out.
by Jorge Rivas on April 1 2013, 3:18PM
Undocumented Latinos and black Americans both arrive in care later than others. But undocumented Latinos are still likely to do well in treatment once there.
by Jorge Rivas on March 21 2013, 10:40AM
If you are a person of color — especially an African-American — you are disproportionately at risk for contracting HIV.
by Nia King on March 11 2013, 8:16AM
Are New York’s controversial new ads to stop teen pregnancy racist? Colorlines readers sound off.
by Jamilah King on March 6 2013, 9:22AM
Featuring heart-tugging images of toddlers, a new multiracial ad campaign links teen pregnancy to financial strain, heartbreak, fatherlessness and undereducated children. Reproductive justice activists call the tough-love message counterproductive.