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HIVstigmafighter's picture
As an African woman, having a white Dutch husband and mixed kids, I want to share my experience towards Black Lives Matter . In 13 years in the Netherlands, I have come across many facets of...
Submitted on Jun 8, 2020
The Well Project's picture
Dear Other White People, For the past several days I have been operating both in a muddy fog and with a racing heart – the heavy pit in my stomach growing with the news of George Floyd's horrific murder by cops and Amy Cooper's weaponizing of her tears against a Black man who asked her to keep her dog from hurting birds.
Submitted on May 29, 2020
MzGee1966's picture
Roe v. Wade , 410 U.S. 113 (1973), was a landmark decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in which the Court ruled that the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution provides...
Submitted on Jan 9, 2020
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#TheWellProject. Where it all came alive to me. Life. Dreams. U = U...
Submitted on Dec 31, 2019
msplusamerica2011's picture
Let me tell you how reproductive oppression works: Let's take a journey. Many issues contributed to me not being able to facilitate resources and need to maintain a quality of life. Once I was able...
Submitted on Nov 4, 2019
Susan's picture
There are days when I really wonder why it is so hard to educate people about HIV.
Submitted on Aug 15, 2019
Susan's picture
My grandson ran in his first Spartan race on Sunday, and as my eyes followed him, I thought how amazing this was that this could be a metaphor for all the challenges that so many of us have before we realize that we are all so unique
Submitted on Jul 26, 2019
Aryah Lester's picture
“I still have a dream,” said Martin Luther King, “it is deeply rooted in the American Dream.”
Submitted on Feb 5, 2019
KatieAdsila's picture
By now I’m sure we’ve all seen the news about the Supreme Court ruling allowing the transgender military ban to take effect, a policy imposed on America by the trump administration via tweet in July 2017.
Submitted on Jan 30, 2019
The Well Project's picture
Every year, World AIDS Day provides us with the opportunity to reflect on the incredible advances that we have made as a community over the last three decades and to honor the advocates and activists who have changed the course of this epidemic, including those we have lost and those who continue to tirelessly move us forward.
Submitted on Nov 30, 2018

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