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"On eve of World AIDS Day, activists in India call for increasing awareness among public to remove stigma attached to HIV/AIDS..." featuring The Well Project Global Ambassador Jyoti Dhawale

Headshots of Black advocates for The 2021 POZ 100: Celebrating Black Advocates.

This year's POZ 100 "spotlights the work of Black advocates... making a difference in the fight against HIV/AIDS", including The Well Project Editorial Director Olivia Ford and CAB members and A Girl Like Me bloggers, Gina Brown, RSW; Bridgette Picou, and Masonia Traylor.

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For many who have had their lives irrevocably changed by HIV, COVID-19 has been particularly challenging. HIV survivors, including several members of The Well Project's community, spoke with TIME Magazine about their experiences with both pandemics.

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CAB member and A Girl Like Me blogger, Katie Willingham, writes a new blog for WebMD

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In honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD) on March 10, we invite you to join us in a livestream conversation led by women who grew up living with HIV.

Zoom screen with Karl J. Schmid, Ciarra "Ci Ci" Covin and Maria Mejia.

Community Advisory Board members and A Girl Like Me bloggers Ciarra Covin and Maria Mejia featured in +TALK: Warrior Women

Go magazine cover with pictures of women in boxes for "100 Women We Love, Class Of 2020".

"Happy Pride!" Community Advisory Board member Aryah Lester featured in GO Magazine's "100 Women We Love"

Aryah Lester.

TheBody's Tim Murphy interviews Community Advisory Board member and A Girl Like Me blogger Aryah Lester

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Gina Brown, RSW, Community Advisory Board Member and A Girl Like Me blogger, speaks with AIDSVu

Abosede Olotu, standing, holding infant, speaking to women.

"Mrs. Abosede Oladayo, a global ambassador of The Well Project, who incidentally was a victim of FGM explained ... psychological and emotional effect of the harmful practice."


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The language we use to talk about HIV affects the well-being of people with HIV. Learn about the power of words, and less stigmatizing language for discussing HIV.