HIV Criminalization: Another Way To Lock Up Young Black Men

HIV Criminalization: Another Way To Lock Up Young Black Men

HIV might no longer be a death sentence, but today it is often a prison sentence. In the Deep South, people of color, especially young black gay and bisexual men, are at the highest risk of incarcerat

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Notes on the “We Are Here” Blog Tour

Notes on the “We Are Here” Blog Tour

“We Are Here: Black Gay Men in the South,” is a blog tour curated by the Counter Narrative Project and the HIV Prevention Justice Alliance to amplify the voices of Black gay men in the South. Each

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NOW OPEN: THE CENTER FOR CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN DOWNTOWN ATLANTA

NOW OPEN: THE CENTER FOR CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN DOWNTOWN ATLANTA

Atlanta – June 24, 2014 – Yesterday marked a historic day of firsts in Atlanta, Ga. with the opening of the Center for Civil and Human Rights, the city’s first civil rights museum and one of

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Fashion Queens: The Never-Ending Battle of Boy Versus Bitch

Fashion Queens: The Never-Ending Battle of Boy Versus Bitch

It's important to recognize that there really are people who express their sexuality and gender identity with this kind of androgyny---it's not just a punchline created by television producers.

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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Artists Selected for Fourth Annual Exhibition

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Artists Selected for Fourth Annual Exhibition

Atlanta – Art on the Atlanta BeltLine returns this fall as the largest temporary public art project in Atlanta. With over 70 innovative works of performance and visual art, this exhibition positio

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