Gay/Bi Black Men on Stopping HIV
In the Meantime Men’s Group hosted a town hall forum where gay & bisexual men discussed: How to get same gender loving men to get tested for HIV, how to prevent it in the first place and how to encourage our community to get and adhere to HIV treatment. Check it out:
In light of recent anti-gay hate crimes, Deputy Sheriff Christopher Landavazo offers these safety tips (from episode 111 of NoMoreDownLow.TV)
Watch the full episode with UltraMi in Episode 110.
Who doesn’t want to see more of Darryl Stephens and Doug Spearman. Watch more of the interview in this bonus segment and please comment and share the full episode of NoMoreDownLow.TV with your friends!
For the third year in a row, members of the Jordan/Rustin Coalition, the Here to Stay Coalition, Black Lesbians United, In The Meantime Men, At The Beach LA Black Pride and supporters marched down in the annual Kingdom Day Parade honoring Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.. The groups and their supporters promote visibility of same-gender-loving people in the African American community. NoMoreDownLow.TV was there to capture some incredible moments and some great interviews… including new California Attorney General Kamala Harris!
On December 26, 2010, the “Lovergirl” and “Ivory Queen of Soul” passed away. Teena Marie gives one of her final interviews to NoMoreDownLow.TV on the red carpet of Sheryl Lee Ralph’s annual AIDS Fundraiser, “Divas Simply Singing,” where she sang her hit Déjà Vu. She talks about the song she wrote for victims of Hurricane Katrina and talks about HIV/AIDS in the black community.
Watch the interview here:
The 1963 March on Washington, police dogs attacking protesters in Selma, Rosa Parks refusing to give up her seat on a bus in Montgomery, are some of the famous images in civil rights history.
In that same tradition, the images of a small group of LGBT veterans who handcuffed themselves to the gates of the White House in protest of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” will forever be remembered as one of those famous moments of civil disobedience.
In an exclusive interview with NoMoreDownLow.TV, Cpl. Evelyn Thomas of The Sanctuary Project, recalls the events of a day that will go down in history.
On World AIDS Day, the NoMoreDownLow.TV crew was on the red carpet at the Black AIDS Institute & Magic Johnson Foundation’s “Heroes in the Struggle” gala. In this bonus video, watch NBA Legend Magic Johnson, For Colored Girls star Omari Hardwick, Undercovers Boris Kodjoe, Grey’s Anatomy star Jesse Williams, Loretta Devine and more talking about HIV/AIDS in the black community.
Launched by the Black AIDS Institute on World AIDS Day, December 1, 2001, the honorees reflect the diverse and exceptional ways that Black people can, and are, fighting AIDS. With introduction by Coretta Scott King, the heroes are celebrities, politicians, entrepreneurs, doctors, people living with HIV/AIDS and community advocates.