Donor discrimination has deep roots in antisemitism
The late playwright and AIDS activist saw enemies everywhere—and he wasn’t wrong about that
The story behind the AIDS crisis’ most iconic poster
A patient of the doctor slain in the Pittsburgh massacre remembers his compassion in the face of HIV
Tony Kushner’s masterpiece of 1980s cruelty returns to Broadway just as the next wave of illiberalism washes over Trump’s new order
A former gunrunner for the Irgun, Mathilde Krim spent her life fighting to save lives
Congregation Beit Simchat Torah’s new initiative hopes to fight stigma and help rabbis talk to their communities about safe sex
A Tablet reading and listening list for World AIDS Day
Tony Award-winning ‘Falsettos’ composer William Finn on bar mitzvahs, the AIDS crisis, and his very first show—in Hebrew
After my best friend died of complications from HIV, I avoided synagogue and found sanctuary in my mother’s house instead. And that’s where I found a space to atone, and a path to move forward.
When I was ordained as a rabbi, I felt ignored and misunderstood as a gay man in the midst of the AIDS crisis. It took me 25 years to come home.
After losing many friends in the early years of the AIDS epidemic, I thought the deaths were over. Then this year I lost Kolya, an activist who’d become the face of HIV in Russia.
Resources and reading for the annual day of commemoration and education
For World AIDS Day, a doctor, her daughters, their late dad, and his work in Africa
The inventor of the Polio vaccine would have turned 100 today
Plus locusts descend upon Egypt
Israeli-made bloodless circumcision device aims to eradicate AIDS
I’d left Orthodoxy. But as I waited for HIV test results, I looked to God and the Talmud for comfort.
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