Sharing the Stories of those lost to AIDS


The National AIDS Memorial Grove will observes World AIDS Day by sharing touching stories left at the grove through the years, that pay tribute to lost friends and loved ones

Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi and AIDS and human rights activist and actress, Judith Light, will be among those in attendance who will share their own personal stories and be recognized for their longstanding leadership during the Light in the Grove and World AIDS Day ceremonies on Sunday, November 30 and Monday, December 1.

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Get the Facts on PrEP/Truvada

Gustavo Trejo from Cares Community Health will give a presentation and Q&A on PrEP/Truvada: the HIV prevention pill.

Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is a way for HIV negative people who are at substantial risk of infection to prevent HIV by taking a pill every day.

Read more: Get the Facts on PrEP/Truvada

 

Avoid “The Hunger Games” this Thanksgiving Weekend

by Chris Narloch

The early holiday films in theaters this year have not exactly filled me with holiday cheer.

“Mockingjay Part 1,” reviewed below, is a glum, anti-climactic affair that does not live up to all the hype surrounding “The Hunger Games.”

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The Theory of Everything holds up on the big screen

by Frances Marlatt

The Theory of Everything is a romantic drama inspired by the lives and relationship of Jane and Stephen Hawking and based on Jane’s book Traveling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen.

Stephen Hawking, the brilliant theoretical physicist, has led quite an amazing life. Not only has Hawking broken the barriers of science and physics, he has also inspired people around the world while surviving and pushing forward after being stricken with ALS, a devastating motor neuron disease.

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Transgender Day of Remembrance, Honoring Those We've Lost

By Mara Keisling, NCTE

Each Transgender Day of Remembrance is heartbreaking.

While each new year brings new protections for our community, so far each new year has also meant more transgender people - mostly transgender women of color - murdered because of prejudice and hate.

Read more: Transgender Day of Remembrance, Honoring Those We've Lost

 

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