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9/27
HERALD
TO THE NET PB HIV Outreach Taken to Net Chat Rooms - with the AIDS epidemic in its third decade, Cohen and a cadre of national AIDS-prevention advocates are invading chat rooms to get the attention of those most at risk of HIV infection.
9/27
LA TIMES
NEVER TOO YOUNG PB Hydeia L. Broadbent, only 16, wages her own fight against the disease that has infected her. She tells people at a church event that it could happen to them.
9/21
AP
LAWSUIT PB Federal officials have sued a grocery store on behalf of a 16-year-old who says she was fired from her job bagging groceries because she has the AIDS virus.
9/20
FRONTIERS
HIV NEGATIVE PB Four HIV-Negative Men Talk About Sex, HIV Testing and Relationships 20 Years Into the AIDS Epidemic
9/16
NY TIMES
CHINESE FAMILY PB A Chinese Family's Ordeal in a Nation in Denial of AIDS
9/10
ADVOCATE
SHARON STONE PB Sharon Stone--who has worked for years to raise funds and visibility for AIDS research, HIV service organizations, and gay rights groups--will make her directing debut this fall with a public service television commercial...
8/30
NY TIMES
OZZFEST FIGHTS AIDS BP This is the second year Mr. Abrego has crossed the country with Ozzfest, living with the tour crew and setting up a stand at each of 40 concerts to answer questions about safe sex, distribute free condoms and refer people to volunteers from local organizations for AIDS testing and treatment.
8/30
NY TIMES
A MOTHERS DEFIANCE BP Valerie Emerson had been ready to disappear by the time the judge reached his decision. That's how certain Emerson was that she would lose custody of her son Nikolas--because of her refusal to treat the boy with powerful AIDS drugs. She never wavered.
8/30
FRONTIERS
AIDS COCKTAIL SPB Chris Bennett readily accepted the reality of his own diagnosis in 1993. He was positive he would die, shortly and without question. His whole world, changed when he went on the AIDS cocktail in 1996.
7/03
S.F.CHRON
POWER OF THE QUILT BP "A few months after Marvin's death, Durant and I made the first two panels of what would become the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt. For the first time since Marvin died, I was able to think and talk about him without unbearable pain. I realized then the power of the Quilt, not only as a memorial but as a call to action, a weapon against AIDS and the parallel epidemic of hysteria, bigotry and hate which it had unleashed."
7/03
S.F.CHRON
FINDING HOPE B Finding hope after the devastation - AIDS victim begins new life despite his disease and the pain and loss it has brought to his life - A very moving personal account from a man who did not expect to see the new millennium.
7/03
LA TIMES
VOICE OF AFRICA BP A 19 year old Nigerian Girl who found out at 17 she was HIV+ addresses the United Nations "I am the face of HIV/AIDS. There are millions more like me. If you don't act immediately, there will be millions more to come."
6/24
NY TIMES
HOLBROOKE BP Five months after he left the United Nations as the United States ambassador, Richard C. Holbrooke is bounding back into the international arena, this time on behalf of the fight against AIDS.
6/21
FRONTIERS
REMEMBRANCE OF AN EPIDEMIC BP The late author Paul Monette used to say: "I don't just want a cure. I want all my friends back."  This chronology with pictures will bring tears - well done - another must read.
6/16
FRONTIERS
SCENES FROM AN EPIDEMIC PB "We still don't know how to fix our broken immune systems."  Jeff Getty, 2001 Quotes and discussions by voices of the past and the present - A true chronology presented in a unique format. A must read!!!
6/16
FRONTIERS
STILL WITH US AFTER 20 YEARS BP After 20 Years and Millions of Deaths, We Continue to Grapple With AIDS EXCELLENT CHRONOLOGY/EDITORIAL FROM FRONTIERS NEWS MAG.
6/14
ADVOCATE
NEVER AGAIN BP Itís been 20 years since it began, and now the holocaust of AIDS is threatening to decimate a new generation of gay menónot to mention the continent of Africa. How can we not have learned better by now?
6/05
LA TIMES
12 YEAR OLD AIDS ACTIVIST DIES B Nikosi Johnson a 12 year old from S. Africa who stood up and spoke out.
6/05
LA TIMES
AIDS WALK - ORANGE COUNTY, CA BP Organizers make red t shirts for those who have HIV to wear in the AIDS walk.  To help those who are infected to stand up and be proud and help overcome prejudice  - Good article written on a personal basis.
6/05
LA TIMES
END OF HOPES AND DREAMS B Final Chapter in her book of hopes and dreams - Carol Snider, a Santa Monica activist who rose above homelessness and AIDS to help others, dies at 44. The cause of death is not yet known.
6/05
LA TIMES
ONE MAN'S BATTLE B Even though the disease is now considered 'manageable', it continues to be a constant struggle for one man still in search of a treatment that would improve his life.
6/05
LA TIMES
JUST A ROLL OF THE DICE BP 'None of Us Ever Know Why We Are Lucky, Get the Right Roll'.
6/05
LA TIMES
AIDS PIONEER REFLECTS BP By Dr. Michael Gottlieb at the time a UCLA researcher who is credited with identifying AIDS - very interesting article.

 

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