World AIDS Day

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World AIDS Day Luncheon

Its been 34 years since the AIDS epidemic first impacted the US and on November 30th AIDS Foundation Houston along…

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‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ Star to Headline Houston World AIDS Day Event

'Awareness is the only cure for ignorance,' he tells OutSmart.

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Capturing a Crisis

Pioneering activist Tori Williams is now working to document Houston AIDS history. 

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Olympic Mettle

Greg Louganis Takes the Podium at Houston World AIDS Day Luncheon. 

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Gabe LaDuke: Prepping for a Healthy Life

His hair may be brunette, or blond, or at other times it may be pink or purple. He may be…

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Longtime Activist Sean Strub Tackles Stigma at this Year’s World AIDS Day Luncheon

Activist Sean Strub has spent three decades at the center of the HIV epidemic.

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Installing T.R.U.T.H.: ‘The Boy that Dreams in Yellow’ Premieres for World AIDS Day

“Baby, have you planted your seed lately?” Kevin Anderson’s grandmother would ask him when he was younger.

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After the Tragedy: An Interview with Professor Paul Butler on the Fight Against AIDS

I remember so many men—smart men, young men, strong men, with sunken cheeks and hallowed eyes, the dead, the almost…

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Beyond Belief: Daniel Bauer’s Show Is That, And So Much More

For Daniel Bauer, whom the Woodstock Times calls “the Generation-X Houdini,” conquering his fear has meant a new life and…

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Prepping the World: There’s Still Progress to be Made in HIV Prevention

Since 1988, when it was first recognized by the World Health Organization, the December 1 World AIDS Day observance has…

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