When Avram Finkelstein decided to organize a small group of friends to talk about issues relating to HIV after his boyfriend died of AIDS, he never imagined it would lead to the creation of the most iconic slogan of the AIDS movement, “Silence=Death.
A member of Act Up/NY holds up a sign at the open hearings on new HIV/AIDS drugs in Bethesda, MD. About 43 members of the organization participated in the silent protest. (Photo by Patsy Lynch) [the same can be said about everything else, not just HIV]
HIV care transformed by Dr. Peter’s legacy
Elizabeth Taylor, 79, noted actress, dies
Elizabeth Taylor was early and tireless HIV/AIDS advocate
Visual AIDS fought early major battles against the virus with its “Day Without Art” and the Red Ribbon. Twenty-five years later, it continues to arm HIV-positive artists.
Almost 1 million Americans living with the HIV virus remain untreated for HIV even with lifesaving treatment.
Françoise Barré-Sinoussi is a French virologist who was awarded the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (along with her former mentor Luc Montagnier) for her role in the discovery of in
A poster at an exhibition featuring the work of the AIDS activist art collective Gran Fury is on display at the Gallery in New York City .
Hydeia Broadbent, HIV/AIDS Activist and member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. since July 2012
In the fight against HIV and AIDS, the LGBT community must continue to march forward.