AIDS Action Committee in the News

Report Warns Of ‘Dangerous Complacency’ In The Fight Against HIV


Cityline: HIV in Marginalized Communities


State considers drug injection sites despite federal law

Wicked Local

Living with HIV: Fueled by heroin, HIV makes an alarming resurgence in Cincinnati

Cincinnati Enquirer

One man’s mission to remember and honor those lost to AIDS

The Boston Globe

AIDS Walk & Run Boston to raise $100K more in pledges before June 3 event

Boston Spirit Magazine

Three things you can do to fight HIV in the LGBT community

Bay Windows

Regarding sex ed, what they don’t know will hurt them

The Boston Globe

In LGBTQ community, sadness and concern over Stan Rosenberg’s exit

The Boston Globe

33rd AIDS Walk & Run Boston to Take Place Sunday, June 3

Boston Spirit Magazine

2018 Most Stylish Bostonians: Olivia Ives-Flores

The Boston Globe

CDC joins DPH in opioid-related HIV cluster investigation

Fox 25

HIV is surging in Lawrence and Lowell. The CDC wants to know why

The Boston Globe

Gary Bailey Recognized

Bay Windows

Regarding an Act to Protect Access to Confidential Healthcare (S.2296) Being Signed Into Law by Governor Baker

Insurance News Net

29th Annual Bayard Rustin Breakfast to Honor LGBT People of Color Working to End HIV/AIDS

Bay Windows

Taste of the South End Raises More Than $155,000 for AIDS Action

The Rainbow Times

Restaurateurs Talk ‘Taste of the South End’

Edge Media

Food lovers gather at annual Taste of the South End to benefit AIDS Action

The Boston Globe

23rd Annual Taste of the South End Brings Celebrated Chefs Together for AIDS Action Benefit

The Rainbow Times

Uptick in HIV among injecting drug users raises fears of a resurgent epidemic

The Boston Globe

Cambridge allocates funds to support Youth on Fire in Harvard Square

Wicked Local Cambridge

Cambridge Comm. Foundation Grants $358K to 44 Nonprofits

Massnonprofit News

Kessler, Wright Honored by The History Project

Bay Windows

Policymakers, Advocates Continue Fight for Funding of LGBTQ Youth Programs and services

The Rainbow Times

How much is a fundraiser at TD Garden worth?

The Boston Globe

Bill would let youths consent to more HIV treatments themselves

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Senate version of health bill will likely harm people with HIV

Bay Windows

Sen. Jason Lewis receives HIV/AIDS Legislative Leadership Award

Stoneham Wicked Local

State’s high court upholds right to syringe distribution

The Boston Globe

Lawmakers urge Baker to save homeless youth program

The Boston Globe

Support the AIDS Walk this Sunday!

Bay Windows

AIDS Walk & Run Boston to Take Place Sunday, June 4

Bay Windows

Volunteer Day at Boomerangs

Boston Spirit Magazine

Taste of the South End

Boston Spirit Magazine

Taste A Grand Success

Bay Windows

Taste of the South End :: March 21, 2017

EDGE Boston

Kalter: Denial of care, high drug costs highlighted

The Boston Herald

In The Era Of Fentanyl, Drug Users Fight To Survive


CDC: ‘urgent need’ for HIV prevention among young people and men who have sex with men

Bay Windows

This Army Vet Is Fighting Hep C With Big Pharma’s Help


Facing criticism, Gov. Charlie Baker defends mid-year budget cuts


Legislative leaders eye restoration of Charlie Baker budget cuts

PreP Summit and Toolkit for Youth; Risks of Chronic Conditions Increase in Elders, But Deaths Down

Edge Media Network

Massachusetts Getting to Zero Coalition Releases Plan to Eliminate HIV/AIDS in MA

The Rainbow Times

Mother, Grandmother is ‘New’ Face of HIV/AIDS in Massachusetts


What will a Trump presidency mean for the fight against HIV/AIDS?

Bay Windows

Designer Bargains Support the New England AIDS Community

Spare Change Newspaper

Anti-HIV app for young gay & bi men gets funding; National Latino AIDS Awareness Day is Oct. 15

Bay Windows

This Pill Prevents HIV. Why Don’t More People Take It?

The Boston Globe

Youth health survey finds gay/bi teens at high risk & other HIV news

Bay Windows

Summertime Is A Great Time To Catch Up and Get Involved

Boston Spirit Magazine 

For Sex Workers, Alumna Shows Decriminalization Improves Health

Boston University 

Black AIDS Institute Report Examines PrEP in Black Communities

Edge Media Network

Ben Strohecker, 88, Harbor Sweets founder and AIDS activist

Boston Globe 

The AIDS Walk: More Than 30 Years Later, Why It Still Matters — Especially For Black, Gay Men


Taking Action

POZ Magazine

Half of black gay men will be infected with HIV, CDC finds

The Boston Globe