The Fine Print Blog

By Iván Espinoza-Madrigal

Sean Sasser would still be prohibited from entering military service today -- not because he was gay, but because he had HIV.

By Adrian Guzman

The mayoral candidates' statements regarding the lack of consumer involvement in the Planning Council are not only inaccurate, but also disrespectful to all of us who work to ensure access to medical and support services in New York, and especially to the nearly one-half of the Council members living with HIV.

By Iván Espinoza-Madrigal

Since New York City is the epicenter of the domestic HIV epidemic – and carries the attendant individual, community, and economic costs – all New Yorkers should know whether the mayoral candidates are committed to tackling the causes and consequences of HIV.

By Catherine Hanssens and Iván Espinoza-Madrigal

Slashing funding for HIV will deprive communities of color of vital resources and support. 

By Catherine Hanssens, Exec. Director & Iván Espinoza-Madrigal, Legal Director

Black men, people of color, queer people, transgender people, and those living with HIV historically have been perceived as inherently suspicious, dangerous, and threatening.

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