All-New Episode: AIDS/LifeCycle Janora’s Journey & Black Transgender Women Speak Out!
ShareOur all-new episode 109 of NoMoreDownLow.TV is now online! In this episode, we introduce you to positive role models in the black transgender community – Meet Valerie Spencer, an HIV/AIDS activist and Janet Mock, editor of People.com, who are re-defining transgender stereotypes. Plus, Carolyn Wysinger talks about coming out of the closet and how she embraces [...]Read more
LA Pride 2011: Photos Uncensored!
ShareThe NoMoreDownLow.TV team is back from our amazing AIDS/LifeCycle experience and were back in the field covering LA Pride. Check out our photos from this week’s Pride parade and festival. It was great seeing so many friends and familiar faces. ShareRead more
AIDS LifeCycle: Red Dress Day & Janora’s Evil Twins
ShareIt’s been an incredible journey as our NoMoreDownLow.TV team follows Janora McDuffie on her bike from San Francisco to Los Angeles. Yesterday, we made it half way to LA as Janora finished what is called the “Evil Twins” – a couple of monstrous hills. Today is a shorter day – only 41 miles from Santa [...]Read more
Do You Know Someone Who Died Of AIDS? AIDS LifeCycle -Day 3
ShareJanora McDuffie had a good day today. She completed the entire 67-mile leg of the the AIDS LifeCycle ride that began in San Francisco on Sunday, and will end in Los Angeles on Saturday. This is the 10th year of the annual fundraiser for the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center and the San Francisco [...]Read more
Is Black America Taking HIV/AIDS Seriously? AIDS LifeCycle – Day 2
ShareWhen NoMoreDownLow’s co-host, Janora McDuffie decided to participate in this year’s AIDS LifeCycle Ride 10, from San Francisco to Los Angeles, she really didn’t know what she was getting herself into. I mean, really, unless you’ve participated in the ride before, who really knows what it’s like to bike 545 miles in 7-days? So, what’s [...]Read more
Janora’s First AIDS LifeCycle Ride
ShareEarly this morning in San Francisco, NoMoreDownLow’s co-host Janora McDuffie, began her 545-mile trek back to Los Angeles as one of only a hand full of African American LGBT people of color participating in the 10th Annual AIDS LifeCycle Ride. There are over 3,000 participants in this year’s event from all over the world. This [...]Read more