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Matthew Hodson Jan 8
Read more in the interview I did with for last year, with super photos by .
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Gscene Magazine Aug 24
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DocRock1007 🇺🇸 Dec 6
Replying to @DocRock1007
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CSHL WiSE Dec 4
Sunday December 1 was . A lot of progress towards combatting HIV/AIDS has been made possible by female scientists, so this we’re dipping into the archives to tell you about some of them.
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BHIVA Jul 27
We have joined with to produce launching on 2020 The programme will challenge stigma by raising awareness of national and global progress in research, treatments, and prevention methods
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Kirk Jan 13
Feeling fired up after ! If you're interested to learn more about HIV and heart disease, here's a blog I wrote for the 30th anniversary of .
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😷 Detroit Shoreway Dec 4
If you've never been to the new LGBT Center, Friday's open house is the prime time. Starting at 4pm, activities and a free film will commemorate and 30 years of HIV activism in Cleveland.
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United Black Library Jul 30
Arthur Ashe. The 1960s Black tennis star’s life was cut short by blood transfusion that led to AIDS. Ashe was the first Black man to win the U.S. Open. On February 6, 1993, he died of AIDS-related pneumonia in New York at the age of 49. UnitedB
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The Independent Jun 24
Five women share their stories of living with HIV for
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😷 U of A Libraries 🧼 Dec 4
If diagnosed & treated early, a person with HIV can live nearly as long as someone who does not have HIV. Stop by the today from 10-2 to get tested for free.
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College of Wooster Dec 5
In recognition of the recent (Dec. 1), Special Collections brought out two signature panels today that feature campus responses to viewing the “NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt.” The panels, from 1996 and 2000, were displayed for viewing and personal reflection.
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SDG2030 Dec 4
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Build Black Futures Dec 3
The heroic legend Andy Velez was inspiration. Leading the ACT UP chant at yesterday’s event was a huge honor. We love you, Andy 🙏🏾💕 🗣ACT UP! 🗣FIGHT BACK! 🗣FIGHT AIDS!
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AWDF Jun 15
Are you a women’s rights group or org working to support mental health & emotional wellbeing for women living with HIV & AIDS? Apply for a small grant towards or against 2020.
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Tim Mar 5
HAPPY ! Let’s change the narrative. AIDS is not dangerous, an illness or something to be cured. Some people just have AIDS. Let’s use this hashtag to instead CELEBRATE AIDS in all its forms! I’ll tag some of my favourite AIDS friends here. You do the same! 🎉🎉
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Nicholas Snow Aug 17
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Nicholas Snow Aug 16
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Ayanfe☺️ Dec 6
I think my favorite part of today is getting random people to dance with our jester, and just letting them let loose and have a good time.
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Violet Kakyomya Dec 4
Commémoration of for UN staff in with our families at UN house today. We talked about testing, awareness at work, family health, & of course the national response & the role of our own community organizations. We learnt so much, had soo much fun
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Porn Pedallers Dec 5
Here we are again. We're a cycling club that raises money for HIV charities, right? But have deemed we breach their T&Cs. Every penny collect via for went to Yet more prejudice because of our day jobs. Acceptable?
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