Tag: HIV

Down Low Myths Debunked on Black AIDS Awareness Day

ShareTweet Today is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. One of our goals at NoMoreDownLow.TV is to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS in the black & LGBT communities and more importantly to debunk the myth that the “down low” is connected to rising HIV infection rates among black women. In this NoMoreDownLow.TV Newsbreak, NBA legend Magic Johnson […]

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WATCH NOW: Black Gay Men Seek Solutions To High HIV Rates in LA

ShareTweet The historic night club, Jewels Catch One was the site of a town hall meeting, sponsored by “In The Meantime Men’s Group” (ITMT), to raise awareness and search for solutions to a complicated issue; how to reduce the HIV infection rates by 50% in Los Angeles County.   The town hall was part of ITMT’s […]

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HIV rates increase by half among young gay, bisexual black men

ShareTweet The Centers for Disease Control released distrubing information this afternoon.  There has been a signficient increase in the number of HIV and syphilis cases. The increase over a three year period could be due to: Contracting HIV is no longer a death sentence Lack of HIV education which can lead to making risky decisions […]

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All-New Episode: AIDS/LifeCycle Janora’s Journey & Black Transgender Women Speak Out!

ShareTweet Our 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 […]

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AIDS LifeCycle: Red Dress Day & Janora’s Evil Twins

ShareTweet It’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 […]

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Do You Know Someone Who Died Of AIDS? AIDS LifeCycle -Day 3

ShareTweet Janora 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 […]

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