As the number of cases of coronavirus increase many in the HIV community are concerned about the specific impact COVID 19 could have on people living with HIV.Continue reading “HIV and COVID 19”
“WE SHALL OVERCOME BECAUSE THE ARC OF THE MORAL UNIVERSE IS LONG BUT IT BENDS TOWARD JUSTICE”
Today, this statement by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr continues to offer hope and to drive us as we individually and collectively work towards the day when racism no longer defines the choices and outcomes of the lives of people of color in America.Continue reading “Martin Luther King Jr. Day”
World AIDS Day began in 1988 to draw attention to the HIV crisis ravaging communities across the globe. Since its beginning, it has served as a time to pause and remember the devastating impact that HIV has had on communities and families. As we collectively envision an end to HIV, and as we work to bring that vision to reality, we must also pause to remember the history and lives that have brought us to this time. The possibilities that we see now are only because of the tireless work of so many activists, communities, and individuals who gave everything in the hope that one day this would be over.Continue reading “World AIDS Day 2019”
October 11th is National Coming Out Day, a day where the LGBTQ people come together to celebrate and support one another, raise awareness about their communities, and take a public stand against homophobia, transphobia, queerphobia, ignorance and discrimination.
Coming out is lifelong process. It means different things to different people. It can mean coming out to yourself, coming out to a friend or family member, or coming out to a larger group or community.
Wherever you are on your journey:
KNOW THAT YOU ARE FIERCE!
KNOW THAT YOU ARE LOVED!
KNOW THAT YOU ARE NOT ALONE!
What does coming out mean to you?