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

Here are a few of the many organizations on the frontlines of helping BIPOC communities affected by HIV.

Florida Republican congressional candidate Lavern Spicer ignorantly tweeted, "They let Magic Johnson play basketball with FULL-BLOWN HIV but won’t let Kyrie Irving play because he won’t get a COVID shot." Yes, really.

After the NBA announced it was suspending its season because a player had tested positive for the coronavirus, fans recalled how the league once allowed Magic Johnson to play after he was diagnosed with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.

In honor of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we debunk dangerous myths.

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill that lessens the penalties for knowingly exposing others to HIV.

Georgia Republican state rep Betty Price suggested quarantining people living with HIV, surveilling their sexual partners and tracking their contacts Tuesday.

In a case that is emblematic of how HIV criminalization unfairly impacts Black people and stigmatizes people living with HIV, Michael L Johnson, 25, was sentenced for infecting a man and endangering four others.

Gina Brown told NewsOne that the GOPn's heath care policy was "the last straw."

The late Eazy-E‘s son, Lil Eazy-E, claims to be an HIV activist, yet he is for harsh punitive punishment when it comes to HIV-positive sex-partners not disclosing their status. In an interview with TMZ, Lil’ Eazy-E said he was against California lawmakers possibly lowering the penalty for knowingly exposing a sex partner to HIV. By his […]

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