Our LA guy Kengi reports on the art show he organized that featured artists from every ethnic andeconomic background as well as people living with HIV, a homeless person - gay, lesbian, transgender and straight
Long-time survivor, witness and pioneer Ron Rosenes was recently made a member of the Order of Canada for his contribution to the wellbeing of people living with HIV. In this interview he talks about what the award means for himself and for the community
Bob Leahy lives outside a small rural Ontario Village where World Pride didn’t go entirely unnoticed, or uncelebrated. But he was also in Toronto for the mammoth World Pride celebrations this past weekend. Here’s his report - plus a ton of his photos!
Editor Bob Leahy looks at what’s right and what wrong with the community-based response to HIV and, despite the battle being fought by good people with the best of intentions, why results are disappointing
Bob Leahy reviews a new document from activists led by ACTUP NY which sets out a detailed framework for HIV prevention that highlights the need for biomedical solutions like Tasp, PeP and PrEP to prominently figure in the fight to stem the epidemic.