World AIDS Day

Guest Post: The need for HIV & AIDS advocacy within larger social justice movements

GLAAD Campus Ambassador, Kali Villarosa (Skidmore College) discusses prioritizing HIV & AIDS advocacy within larger social justice movements.

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World AIDS Day and the transgender community

World AIDS Day is especially important day for transgender community, which is disproportionately affected by HIV compared to the general population.

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December 1, 2015

#WorldAIDSDay spotlight: The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation

The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation is committed to stopping the spread of HIV and AIDS through its essential work providing medical care to afflicted communities.

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World AIDS Day 2014 -- Read the President's Proclamation

The Presidential Proclamation -- World AIDS Day 2014 provides a brief overview of what the Administration has done nationally and internationally to fight the disease.

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World AIDS Day: ways to participate

Today marks the twenty-sixth annual observation of World AIDS Day. Find out about some of the events happening nationally, and add your own below!

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December 3, 2013

Being HIV+ should not be criminal

A ProPublica and Buzzfeed investigation found at least 541 actions where people were convicted of, or pleaded guilty to, criminal charges for failure to disclose that they were HIV-positive.

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December 2, 2013

President Obama issues World AIDS Day 2013 proclamation

President Obama issued a Presidential Proclamation on , the 25th Annual World AIDS Day.

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The beginning of the end of AIDS? ONE releases 2013 AIDS report

The global advocacy organization ONE has released a new report on the status of worldwide AIDS prevention, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. World AIDS Day is December 1, but "the beginning of the end of AIDS" could be sooner than we think, if prevention efforts worldwide step up.

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