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"A Day With HIV" photo initiative empowers people to take their best shot against HIV

On one day, Tuesday, Sept. 9, Positively Aware and TPAN invites everyone around the world, regardless of HIV status, to get in the picture and participate in "A Day With HIV," the magazine's fifth annual anti-stigma photo campaign.

On that day, people across the world, whether HIV-positive or negative, will visually capture and share a moment of their day – A Day with HIV – to focus attention on what it means to live in a world with HIV.

Mama's Kitchen raises over $25K at annual wine tasting

SAN DIEGO, California -- At its annual wine tasting event last Thursday at Bourbon Street in University Heights, Mama’s Kitchen raised over $25,000 for its services.

The event, held for the past 19 years, is one of the organization’s major fundraisers and attracts guests from all over the county to sip wine, mix, mingle and raise money for Mama’s Kitchen’s meal delivery service.

Mama’s Kitchen is a nonprofit organization that prepares and delivers three meals a day, for seven days a week, at no charge to men, women and children affected by AIDS/HIV or cancer.

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Lambda Legal launches “Know Your Rights At Work” for LGBT and HIV+ people

As Labor Day approaches, Lambda Legal has launched its newest section of the Know Your Rights information hub.

Know Your Rights Workplace provides information for LGBT and HIV+ people who face discrimination at work.

Hornet gay social app launches HIV-test finding feature

In an effort to help prevent HIV infections and reduce stigma, the Hornet Gay Social Network has launched a feature that will help users locate HIV testing services and learn more about PrEP and other topics related to the fight against HIV/AIDS.

The app has partnered with aids.gov to power the feature.

Representatives from Hornet say the feature was used over 30,000 times on its first day.

Mama's Kitchen seeks community members to host food drives in August

SAN DIEGO, California -- Mama’s Pantry, a service of Mama’s Kitchen, provides a nutritional shopping opportunity at no cost for low income men, women and children of San Diego County affected by HIV/AIDS.

Mama’s Kitchen is asking the public to participate in the fourth annual “Independence from Hunger,” an initiative to encourage individuals, businesses, schools and community groups to host food drives through summer 2014 to ensure the pantry shelves are full with nutritious non-perishable food items.

Mama's Kitchen to host 19th annual wine tasting fundraiser

SAN DIEGO, California -- Mama's Kitchen's 19th annual Wine Tasting fundraiser, presented by Revivals, will be held Thursday, Aug. 21 from 6-9 pm at Bourbon Street Bar & Grill in University Heights.

Survey: Black youth twice as likely to prioritize fight against HIV/AIDS over same-sex marriage

A new survey of black, white and Latino youth in the US on LGBT activism has shown a sharp divide over the prioritising of different LGBT issues between racial groups.

It found that, when asked to choose one key issue which LGBT organisations should prioritise, black youth were more than twice as likely to say HIV/AIDS as white youth, and less than half as likely to say same-sex marriage.

Lambda Legal: Halt HIV-based criminal prosecutions in wake of DOJ guidance

Lambda Legal today called for a moratorium on all HIV-based criminal prosecutions until state legislatures take action to implement the reforms recommended in the recent Department of Justice (DOJ) guidance advising states to eliminate such prosecutions absent clear evidence of an intent to harm and a significant risk of actual transmission.

Across Africa, MSM report low access to basic HIV services

A new regional study indicates that less than half of men who have sex with men (MSM) across Sub-Saharan Africa report easy access to basic HIV services.

Conducted by the Global Forum on MSM & HIV (MSMGF) in partnership with African Men for Sexual Health and Rights (AMSHeR), the study shows that homophobia, violence, and stigma among healthcare providers are linked with reduced access to HIV services.

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DOJ guide urges fix of state laws criminalizing HIV

WASHINGTON, DC – The Justice Department announced Tuesday that it has released a Best Practices Guide to Reform HIV-Specific Criminal Laws to Align with Scientifically-Supported Factors.

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