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New HIV Diagnoses Hit Historic Low in New York City

By Winnie McCroy | Dec 1
Moving steadily toward its goal of being AIDS-free by 2020, the New York City Health Department reports that not a single baby was diagnosed with HIV last year, and new infections are down.

Bailey House CEO Honored for Work to End AIDS Epidemic

By EDGE | Dec 1
Bailey House is excited to announce the selection of our CEO, Gina Quattrochi, as a recipient of two awards of distinction in honor of her advocacy and work as a renowned activist and leader in the effort to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Buddies of NJ Invite All to Luncheon in Honor of National Transgender Awareness Day

By EDGE | Nov 18
On Saturday, November 19 in Teaneck, New Jersey, Buddies of NJ, Inc. and St. Paul's Lutheran Church invite all clients, family, friends and community supporters to a free lunch and presentation in honor of National Transgender Awareness Day.

BC/EFA's Tom Viola Honored With Humane Society of NY's Sandy Fund Award

By EDGE | Oct 17
On Sunday, October 23, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Executive Director Tom Viola is honored by the Humane Society of New York.

The 5th Annual Gentlemen's Ball Raises Funds for Atlanta's Mental Health & Youth Programs

By Winnie McCroy | Oct 4
On Saturday, October 15th at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis, the 5th Annual Gentlemen's Ball will raise funds for The Gentlemen's Foundation.

HB2 Does Not Absolve Employers of LGBT Discrimination Liability

By Kerry Everett | Sep 17
Many assume that under HB 2, NC employers can treat LGBT workers in a discriminatory manner. However, in many cases, LGBT employees in North Carolina are protected from discrimination under federal law.

Brooklyn Bridge Park Brings Pop-Up LGBT Art to 'Photoville'

Sep 13
United Photo Industries has announced the fifth annual Photoville, a free pop-up photography village in and around 55+ shipping containers turned into galleries in Brooklyn Bridge Park, Sept 21-25.

Growing Grapes: Saving Lives in Cleveland's Tough East Side

By John Seewer | Sep 6
The man who planted the vineyard says his plan for the lot once occupied by a crack house goes far beyond bottling wine.

Groups Press Walgreens on Religious Exemptions in clinics

Aug 19
Four groups led by the American Civil Liberties Union are asking Walgreens for reassurance that its partnership with a Catholic health care system to run in-store clinics in the St. Louis area won't limit women's access to birth control.

GMHC Commemorates 35th Anniversary of Founding Meeting

By EDGE | Aug 11
GMHC released the following statement in response to the 35th anniversary of the first gathering of men in Larry Kramer's living room, which provided the foundation for Gay Men's Health Crisis.

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