COVID-19, a Stigma to Many, Quietly Taking Toll on South Florida’s Haitian Community
The Miami Herald – September 3, 2020
COVID-19 is ravaging South Florida’s Haitian-American population. Language barriers, distrust of traditional medicines, and historical discrimination and stigma stemming from the HIV/AIDS epidemic are sourced as factors that make the community even more vulnerable to COVID-19.
Jonathan Mann's Human Rights Blueprint for Global Health Must Guide COVID-19 Response
The Hill – September 2, 2020
This opinion contributor writes that “we would all do well to remember [Jonathan] Mann’s lessons,” leader of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) AIDS response, who galvanized a global movement responding to the AIDS epidemic in 1987.
Ampler Than Loneliness: Documenting Collective Resilience Through HIV/AIDS and COVID-19
POZ – September 2, 2020
A collection of artwork created by Visual AIDS artist members, produced in response to the conditions of the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic and stay-at-home social distancing measures.
Racial Impacts of COVID-19, Neutralizing Antibodies, More
BIO IT World – August 28, 2020
This roundup of COVID-19 related research highlights amfAR’s recent study showing how white counties have lower rates of COVID-19 and HIV.
Study Says Structural Racism, Segregation Driving Disparity In COVID & HIV Rates
MSNBC – August 17, 2020
amfAR’s VP & Director of Public Policy Greg Millett appeared on MSNBC Live with Ayman Mohyeldin this week
to discuss amfAR’s latest study showing how white counties in the U.S. have consistently lower rates of COVID-19 and HIV.
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