World Aids Day

World AIDS Day 2022: Get on the Healthy Love Bus

December 1, World Aids Day, was also a day of celebration because a new super weapon was unveiled. “The Love Bus is a preventive mobile health unit. It is meant to meet people where they are, but also where they want to be,” shared Dazon Dixon Diallo, who recognized a growing need in the African American community for health care services in 1989.

Smashed in Memphis, Jimi Hendrix guitar headed for National Museum of African American Music

“Jimi Hendrix is one of the most important figures in American pop culture, not just American music,” said Dr. Steven Lewis, curator at NMAAM. “This guitar provides a physical reminder of the power of his music, his personality and his brand of self-expression that was as influential in the 1960s as it is today.”

AIDS HealthCare Foundation Sends Sharp Rebuke of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, for World’s Aids Day Messaging

Dec 1, 2018–AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF)  once again sharply criticized the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( CDC ) after it issued a World AIDS Day message promoting HIV prevention and treatment in an email to colleagues in the community. The 400+ word letter/update on HIV/AIDS and prevention in the U.S. failed to make any mention of safer sex or condom use. “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention should be ashamed of itself for failing to take the opportunity to promote safer sex and condom use on the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of the first World AIDS Day,” said Michael

Let’s Do Something Different This World AIDS Day

It’s been 35 years since the reporting of the first case of HIV in America and it saddens me to say it, but this nation was late at best, in answering the call to address the HIV/AIDS pandemic. What is even more egregious is the deafening silence when it came to supporting HIV education, prevention and care in all communities but even more so in the Black community.

AIDS Healthcare Foundation host World AIDS Day reception and film screening

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the largest global AIDS organization, commemorated World AIDS Day on Tuesday, December 1st through dozens of free HIV awareness and testing events throughout US, Africa, Latin America/Caribbean, Eastern Europe, and Asia. The organization also celebrated reaching the milestone that as of November 13th, AHF is providing lifesaving HIV/AIDS medical care and services to 502,237 patients in 36 countries. Over half of these patients reside in South Africa, the nation with the largest population of people living with HIV/AIDS. Amber Rose, actors Vivian Lamolli and Oskar Rodriguez of Hulu’s East Los High, and choreographer Debbie Allen were