“It’s true, they haven’t started World War III yet. That’s a pretty low bar.” — Former Bush national security aide Eliot Cohen, quoted by Politico, on the Trump administration.
A thousand days of bloodshed: as Yemen prepares to mark Wednesday's grim anniversary, aid workers are urging world powers to bring an end to a "forgotten" conflict. Photographs of children starving to death have failed to spur the international community into ending the world's worst humanitarian crisis, which charities warn is deepening by the day. Show More Summary
The good news is that global poverty is falling, according to World Bank data. The bad news? It’s getting harder to reach the world’s poor — 80 percent of global citizens live on less than $1.90 a day, and 75 percent of those living on less than $3.10 per day live in rural areas. This presents […]
On the day before World AIDS Day, the White House put out a statement saying “we reaffirm our ongoing commitment to end AIDS as a public health threat.” Advocates are waiting — and hoping for — that same sentiment to materialize into policy.
Impulse Group Atlanta celebrated World AIDS Day with art, advocacy and more than a few cocktails during an event in West Midtown on Friday.
A few friends around my age have posted about World AIDS Day. Too young to have seen the epidemic firsthand when it started, too old to have escaped its wake, before medication miraculously saved so many of us.
It's that time of year again. Holiday bustle. End-of-year reflections. World AIDS Day remembrances and calls to action. In my home, my days are busy, busy, and busy. I'm about to be a grandmother and couldn't be more thrilled. New life. New beginnings. Days I truly once thought I'd never live to see. Read more...
Every hour of every day people around the world are living with and working to resolve food safety issues. Here is a sampling of current headlines for your consumption, brought to you today with the support of Alchemy Systems. They chew on everything like it’s food With holiday shopping season in full swing, anyone with... Continue Reading
After announcing their engagement earlier this week, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made their first official public appearance in Nottingham, England, for World AIDS Day on Friday.
On World AIDS Day, Hornet’s ‘Ask a Pro’ Video Series Has All the Answers You’re Looking For We may be 36 years into the AIDS epidemic, but many questions still come up around HIV. Fortunately Hornet’s Ask a Pro video series has plenty of answers Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
This World AIDS Day and through the holidays, the (RED) Shopathon is packed with so many exciting ways for people to shop (RED), fight AIDS and save lives. From Amazon.com/RED with spectacular gifts that give back with every purchase,...Show More Summary
The two share a passion for humanitarian work, and their first stop was an event honoring World Aids Day.
On World AIDS Day, we honor the legacy of those lost and those who still lead the fight. In a year of extraordinary challenges, people living with HIV and their allies are continuing the fight to decriminalize HIV and defend health care,...Show More Summary
It's a miracle when America can go 24 hours without President Trump doing or saying something wildly offensive. Alas, today is not that day. For World AIDS Day on Friday, President Trump blatantly failed to address the LGBTQ community...Show More Summary
Leo and I wrote two very different posts on the same day, World AIDS Day two years ago that went in very different directions. Both were true and relevant though somewhat diametrically opposed indicating another pivot point in this supermarathon trek… Read The post Love letters and Hate Mail To World AIDS Day appeared first on Towleroad.
Masha Gessen writes about Donald Trump’s statement on World AIDS Day, which omitted sympathy for gay people and drew parallels to his statement on Holocaust Remembrance Day.
As we mark World AIDS Day, and strive to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030, the experience of Brazil could offer guidance on how to improve access to antiretroviral drugs in developing countries.
Today we are faced with a tax bill that will inhibit and harm those faced with multiple forms of life challenges — including HIV. If you believe that the best part of life is loving being alive then you need read this.
Today, on World AIDS Day, we are at an unprecedented moment in the global HIV/AIDS response. For the first time in modern history, we have the opportunity to control a pandemic without a vaccine or a cure.