Hydeia Broadbent made HIV/AIDS real. Her visibility, courage, and fearlessness changed perspectives, broke stigmas, and evolved conversations.


HIV-positive blogger Ciarra reflects on her past mistakes and the power of living in her truth, proudly.

World AIDS Day is the perfect time to unlearn the nonsense and put the conspiracy theories to rest.

African-American women continue to bear the brunt of the epidemic in the U.S. This is why knowing your status is so important.


Wanona Thomas opens up about living with HIV, not letting the virus define her and why everyone needs to take control of their health.

Dr. Kimberly Smith, ViiV Healthcare’s Vice President of Global Medical Strategy, stresses why all of us, regardless of risk, should know our status today.

Promising studies out of Africa show that this new tool could be a game changer by 2018, but will it reach us here in the States?

The powerhouse health care company definitely has some explaining to do!

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that between the years 2008-2014, infection rates fell 18 percent in the U.S.

The “Insecure” actor has teamed up with amFar for National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.

The 46-year-old news anchor donated her Jimmy Choos and work clothes to New York City's Housing Works.