A Girl Like Me in the News

Ashley Cason, with her husband and their 3-year-old and 11-week-old sons.

Ashley shared a message for others living with HIV who want to breastfeed: "Fully advocate for yourself and for what you want to do with your child."

People at a march holding signs that say "Silence = Death" and "AIDS: WHERE IS YOUR RAGE? ACT UP"

Members of The Well Project's community packed the roster of interviewees for a New York Magazine feature highlighting women living with HIV in honor of World AIDS Day 2023.

Masonia Traylor, Sheryl Lee Ralph, and Ciarra "Ci Ci" Covin.

A short documentary film, coming to Hulu on World AIDS Day 2023, highlights the impact of HIV on Black women in the rural US South and features multiple members of The Well Project's community.

Flyer with event details.

Watch the October 2023 episode of Leadership Exchange LIVE, which features four experts taking a deep dive into menopause among women living with HIV.

Maxine Waters speaking at a podium.

Rep. Maxine Waters' speech at the U.S. Conference on HIV/AIDS was powerful – and included some stigmatizing (and preventable) language concerns. The Well Project's stakeholder liaison, Bridgette Picou, shared her take on TheBody.com.

Marissa Gonzalez.

Community Advisory Board chair and A Girl Like Me blogger, Marissa Gonzalez and Tony Christon-Walker discuss disparities that make viral suppression harder for people of color.

Headshots of A Girl Like Me co-hosts with details of event.

Watch a very special episode of A Girl Like Me LIVE – three lifetime survivors of HIV discuss the importance of identity, language, their growing movement, and more.

The Well Project is thrilled to co-sponsor this series of webinars discussing needs and concerns specific to people who have lived with HIV for many years around the research towards a cure for HIV. 

Ciarra "Ci Ci" Covin, Sheryl Lee Ralph, and Masonia Traylor.

Plus catches up with Masonia Traylor and Ciarra "Ci Ci" Covin, the main two subjects of the film Unexpected.

Bridgette Picou.

Charles Sanchez and The Well Project's stakeholder liaison, Bridgette Picou, discuss the groundbreaking work at The Well Project, challenges that all women across the gender spectrum and nonbinary folks face when it comes to HIV issues, and more.

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Members of The Well Project community at USCHA 2022.

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