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Greater Than AIDS
01/16/2017 at 20:18. Facebook
Powerful read about how Dr. King's work laid the groundwork for today's advocacy to end #HIV. (via HIV Plus Magazine) #MLK

Activists Reflect on HIV and Martin Luther King's Legacy

Greater Than AIDS
01/13/2017 at 16:58. Facebook
POZ Magazine examines how HIV stigma undermines prevention efforts by making people afraid to seek out services and treatment. Marvell L Terry II opens up about his own experiences and what helped him to get the care he needed.

Southern Exposure: Being a Black Gay Man in the South

Greater Than AIDS
01/12/2017 at 17:35. Facebook
"My parents always taught us the importance of loving yourself and being comfortable with who you are and to not be ashamed. And so I kind of took their sayings and ran with it.” (via SELF Magazine)

What It's Like Living with HIV as a Teen

Greater Than AIDS
01/11/2017 at 16:49. Facebook
"I'm so grateful for what was available when it happened, and even more grateful for what's available right now.” Charlie Sheen talks with ABC News Michael Strahan about how #HIV treatment is allowing him to live a healthy, full life.

Find out more about the health AND prevention benefits of HIV treatment at greaterthan.org/treat.

Charlie Sheen Opens Up About Living With HIV

Reuters explores how a repeal of the Affordable Care Act, also known as “Obamacare,” could set back care for people with HIV.

For more about insurance options for people with HIV: [ Greaterthan.org Link ].

Exhibit A for Obamacare repeal challenge: people living with HIV

Ben Ryan reports for POZ Magazine on racial differences in the uptake of #PrEP, the #HIV prevention pill: “About three quarters of the men who have filled a PrEP prescription are white while just 9 percent are Black. Considering the racial breakdown of the epidemic among MSM, these figures are gravely lopsided.”

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PrEP: A Dream Deferred

The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation hosts Tarell Alvin McCraney of the award-winning #Moonlight and others from the Hollywood community to discuss efforts to use entertainment to educate about #HIV. (via HIV Plus Magazine)

Watch What Hollywood Has to Say About Ending HIV

“I was coming out as the activist, the warrior, the determined woman I was always meant to be." (via San Francisco Chronicle)

Women with HIV, After Years of Isolation, Coming Out of Shadows

“I realized I can do anything. HIV doesn’t have to dictate the outcome.” Read the empowering stories of three women - including #GreaterThanAIDS Ambassadors Michelle Anderson Morrison & Masonia Traylor! - who are living well with #HIV. (via Essence)

'I’m Thriving With HIV': Three Women Share Their Truths

"They knew they would be remembered, loved, and taken care of.” (via Out Magazine)

Meet the Woman Who Cared for Hundreds of Abandoned Gay Men Dying of AIDS

Director of the The White House Domestic Policy Council reviews the state of #HIV in the U.S. today and policy responses of the past 8 years. (via Medium)

What We’ve Done to Address HIV/AIDS in America during the Obama Administration

"With last week’s deaths of actress-icons Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher—just one day apart from each other—the world lost not only two great talents but also two early HIV/AIDS allies." POZ Magazine highlights the early and enduring #HIV advocacy of mother-daughter duo & icons Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher.

R.I.P. Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, Early HIV/AIDS Allies

The New York Times speaks with the creators of the acclaimed film #Moonlight - Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney - about their parallel lives growing up, including both having mothers with #HIV, and how those experiences shaped the story they tell. #SpeakOut

From Bittersweet Childhoods to ‘Moonlight’

National Institutes of Health (NIH) is beginning clinical trials of an injectable form of the #HIV-prevention drug, PrEP, currently available in a once daily pill form. (via NBC News)

For more information about PrEP, go to greaterthan.org/PrEP.

Single shot at doctor's office may be future of HIV prevention

A Broadway revival stirs memories for The New York Times theater critic about when he first heard about #HIV as a young gay man.

In ‘Falsettos,’ an Affecting Echo of AIDS Anxiety

The New York Times reports on the dire state of HIV in Russia where "a combination of stigma and ignorance, a 'family values' emphasis and government indifference have pushed HIV to epidemic status."

H.I.V. Cases Surpass a Million in Russia, but Little Is Done

A&U: America's AIDS Magazine reflects on the beginnings of the late Carrie Fisher's long advocacy for #HIV in this cover story originally published April 1998. She died today following a heart attack. R.I.P.

Carrie Fisher: Cover Story | A&U Magazine

In 1998, the year that he came out as gay, singer / songwriter George Michael began his public activism by helping with a documentary about young people affected by #HIV. R.I.P. George

George Michael: From closeted life to gay rights advocate

“HIV will not stand in the way of our love.” Watch Adrian & Jeff's love story and find out how they make it work with treatment as prevention and #PrEP. #Love #GreaterThanAIDS
“I wanted to do something to make my mother proud.” (via Daily Mail)

Prince Harry Reveals His Inspiration for Promoting HIV Testing