The GLAA of Washington, D.C. has announced it will honor Check It Enterprises, D.C. Councilmember Mary Cheh (D-Ward 3), and Whitman-Walker Executive Director Don Blanchon...
The lasting legacy of Max Robinson, the late, history-making news anchor, is the subject of a free panel next Wednesday
Whitman-Walker's 40-year history is inextricably linked to that of both the LGBTQ community and the larger D.C. community.
Health care providers and activists are responding to the decision of President Trump to issue a proclamation for World AIDS Day omitting any mention of...
A Special World AIDS Day Forum
Local organizations commemorate those lost to HIV, and those living with the virus, as part of World AIDS Day.
Don Blanchon wants to ensure that Whitman-Walker Health remains a crucial lifeline to the LGBTQ community.
On Wednesday, community health center Whitman-Walker Health took a step toward long-term sustainability when it broke ground on a new redevelopment project at its Elizabeth...
From Emo Phillips to a Youth Block Party to beer pull at Roofer's Union, we have you covered
The Midcity Dog Days sale is a highlight for merchants and patrons alike
The body of former Councilmember Jim Graham will lie in state at the Wilson Building on Friday, June 23, according to Nyasha Smith, the Secretary...
The current Whitman-Walker ED recalls the impact of a legendary predecessor
Former D.C. Councilmember and executive director of Whitman-Walker Clinic passed away on Sunday, June 11
Annual event at JR.'s raises funds for Point Foundation and Whitman-Walker Health
Whitman-Walker's annual Walk & 5K to End HIV celebrates three decades of activism with a retro theme