HIV, once only the scourge of gay men in major cities, is killing women in small towns and suburbia. Since 1988, why has HIV infection quadrupled among females, the fastest-growing group of new patients?
Becky Johnson reports from The International Women's Summit on Women's Leadership on HIV and AIDS in Nairobi, Kenya—the largest meeting in history on the subject of women and HIV.
The first-ever International Women's Summit on Women's Leadership and HIV and AIDS, co-hosted by the World YWCA and YWCA of Kenya, will open on July 5 in Nairobi, Kenya.
In 2004, Texas ranked number four in the nation in the number of HIV/AIDS cases. Black people represent the fastest growing population living with HIV/AIDS in Texas, with young women close behind.
Young Black women are disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS. Nicole Lewis urges us to answer Bob Marley's call to get up, stand up and do something about it!
Any presidential candidate credibly asking for African American votes must show how he or she plans to end the epidemic in Black America. They've come a long way since 2004, but still don't have detailed proposals.
Danielle Toppin travels to the British Virgin Islands to meet with local HIV/AIDS officials and begin to gauge what HIV/AIDS looks like there.