Supreme Court rules in favor of LGBT protections

Supreme Court rules in favor of LGBT protections

From the New York Times: “WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that a landmark civil rights law protects gay and transgender workers from workplace discrimination, handing the movement for L.G.B.T. equality a long-sought and unexpected victory….” Read more...
Long-term Survivors Day

Long-term Survivors Day

Today is @HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day June 5. The first HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day was on June 5, 2014. It was started by Tez Anderson founder of Let’s Kick ASS – AIDS Survivor Syndrome (LKA) the lead-sponsor of the day. It is a time to...
Names Project Quilt to return to San Francisco

Names Project Quilt to return to San Francisco

One of the most moving tributes to those we lost to this terrible disease… and now the Names Project AIDS memorial quilt will find its way back to San Francisco where it all began, while the archives will be housed at the Library of Congress. Read about it here:...
Art for Life Sponsorship

Art for Life Sponsorship

Aside from our generous artists that donate their work for our Art For Life fundraiser it is with the generous support of sponsors that we can continue to create the longest-running Art Auction to end HIV and do the work that we do on a daily basis. Become an Art For...
HIV and Aging on Poz Magazine

HIV and Aging on Poz Magazine

“Everyone is starting to recognize that we have what I call a ‘silver tsunami’ of aging HIVers who are going to overwhelm our care and service systems as the first generation to survive AIDS enters their 50s, 60s and beyond,” Taylor says. Indeed, as of 2015, nearly...