HIV discrimination

May 1, 2014

Iowa House unanimously votes to soften state's HIV criminalization law

The Iowa House and Senate has passed a historic law that will soften Iowa's current discriminatory HIV law.

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April 23, 2014

Crucial issues in HIV/AIDS overlooked by cable evening news

Despite significant progress and set-backs in the treatment of the HIV/AIDS, reporting on these stories have been sparse at best by Cable Evening News.

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April 21, 2014

HIV positive Florida man removed from basketball league, in the middle of a game

Dakota Basinger is a 21-year-old man who was recently diagnosed with HIV. Last week, in the middle of his team’s playoff basket ball game, he was removed from the game by a referee who told him he would no longer be able to play for the league because he was HIV positive.

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Register now for "HIV is Not a Crime" conference happening in this summer

The first-ever national HIV is Not a Crime conference will take place this year at Grinnell College in Iowa to untie and train advocates living with HIV and allies from across the country in the effort to end HIV criminalization

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Man with HIV wins court case after being fired from NYC hotel job

A jury awarded Antonio Muñoz more than $500,000 after he was fired from a Manhattan hotel. The termination came after Muñoz filed a discrimination complaint against his employer.

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