On Wednesday, to coincide with World AIDS Day, President Joe Biden unveiled a new national HIV/AIDS strategy that refocuses efforts on the long-stated goal of...
Four decades after the first HIV diagnosis, advocates reflect on its impact on medicine, the LGBTQ rights movement, and society as a whole.
Over 5,400 advocates, activists, and researchers have already registered for the online conference
Simmons remembered for his fierce advocacy, activist spirit, and dedication to improving the lives of black gay men
We celebrate the work of Todd Franson with a stunning array of 126 portraits from 1996 to 2020.
NMAC's Paul Kawata on 30 years of fighting HIV, and the current state of the epidemic
A Pose-inspired "Demonstration Ball" will celebrate the influence of ballroom culture on the HIV epidemic
A Special World AIDS Day Forum
Capital Pride will honor former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and nine other individuals or organizations who have made major contributions to the D.C.-area LGBT community...
METRO WEEKLY: From your -- or your organization's -- perspective, what is the most immediate effect of the presidential election on the LGBT community? PAUL...
Listen to Sean Bugg's new Podcast for Metro Weekly Hear the interview from:Patrick Sammon of the Log Cabin Republicans Elections are natural emotional rollercoasters, plunging...
When Paul Kawata agreed to serve as executive director of the National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC) in 1989, the organization had a staff of four...