A lack of access to health care and other social services is partly to blame for skyrocketing HIV rates among gay Black men.

The Black Health 365 podcast dives into the current HIV/AIDS crisis within the Black community, particularly in the South.

The fourth and final installment of "Black HIV in the South: How Did We Get Here?" explores solutions to eradicating HIV/AIDS in the Black community. What are the next steps that will push this movement forward?

Episode 3 of "Black HIV in the South: How Did We Get Here?" podcast explores the faith-based community’s response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Episode two of 'Black HIV in the South: How Did We Get Here?' further explores the experience of the Black American community, particularly in the American South, in navigating the early years of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.


"Black HIV in the South: How Did We Get Here?” is a four-part series presented by The Qube, a new streaming platform.

Conversations about HIV and AIDS and its ongoing impact on Black communities and families aren’t relegated to specially designated days. 

The rapper issued a weak apology after being dropped from multiple gigs in response to his doubling down homophobic and poorly informed statements about HIV and AIDS first made at the Rolling Out Loud festival.

Young Black people are much more “concerned” about the global HIV and AIDS epidemic in comparison to all other demographic in America, according to a new study.

Knowing your status increases your chances for a longer, healthier life.


In honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness on March 10, positive African-American women sound off.