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HIV/AIDS at 30

Kenyans 'Occupy' Free Clinic Over Sale of HIV Meds

Kenyans ‘Occupy’ Free Clinic Over Sale of HIV Meds

by Jorge Rivas on December 7 2011, 1:10PM

The protesters say the decision to sale what they say should be free medication is putting lives at risk.

Topics: HIV/AIDS at 30, Health

13 Arrested at Wall Street Protest for World AIDS Day

13 Arrested at Wall Street Protest for World AIDS Day

by Jorge Rivas on December 1 2011, 4:57PM

As the White House announced new money for domestic HIV/AIDS treatment, protestors took to the streets of New York City to link tax cuts for the rich to poor health care for people living with HIV.

Topics: HIV/AIDS at 30

It's World AIDS Day. What Are You Gonna Do to Stop This Madness?

It’s World AIDS Day. What Are You Gonna Do to Stop This Madness?

by Akiba Solomon on December 1 2011, 11:10AM

Thirty years later, we know a great deal about HIV/AIDS and have significant tools for stopping it from killing us. Now, we just gotta use them. Here’s a list for getting started.

Topics: Gender, HIV/AIDS at 30, Health

HIV/AIDS at 30: Edwin Sanders Ministers to

HIV/AIDS at 30: Edwin Sanders Ministers to “Whosoever They May Be”

by LaShieka Purvis Hunter on March 28 2011, 7:00AM

The Memphis pastor’s congregation has been among the leaders in moving the black church from a problem to an asset in the fight against HIV.

Topics: HIV/AIDS at 30, Health

One Question on Black AIDS Day: Do We Care Enough To End It?

One Question on Black AIDS Day: Do We Care Enough To End It?

by Kai Wright on February 7 2011, 1:05PM

We’ve known how to stop HIV for a while now.

Topics: HIV/AIDS at 30, Kai Wright

Global AIDS Watchdogs Worry U.S. Neglecting Its Leadership Role

Global AIDS Watchdogs Worry U.S. Neglecting Its Leadership Role

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.

Topics: Global Justice, HIV/AIDS at 30, Health

The 10 Stories to Follow as HIV/AIDS Enters Its Fourth Decade

The 10 Stories to Follow as HIV/AIDS Enters Its Fourth Decade

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.

Topics: HIV/AIDS at 30, Health

The AIDS Epidemic Has Always Been Defined by What We Don't Know Infographic

The AIDS Epidemic Has Always Been Defined by What We Don’t Know

by Eric Washington on December 1 2010, 9:36AM

On World AIDS Day, three black Americans look back on decades of misunderstanding about HIV.

Topics: HIV/AIDS at 30, Health