Peter Moskowitz is a freelance writer and the author of How to Kill a City: Gentrification, Inequality and the FIght for the Neighborhood.
Joshua Williams was made an example of by a St. Louis County judge. Two years into his prison sentence, he said his activist history has led guards to make his life hell.
In the GMHC's Buddy Program, the isolation and depression many feel while aging with HIV has a simple cure: a friend.
If the US wants to take the crisis of HIV in African American communities seriously, researchers and HIV advocates say they must treat prisoners with the same time-tested health practices that are used on the outside.
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The role queer people—and especially white queers—play in the history of urban inequality is thorny, to say the least
The relaunch of a storied gay French magazine brings rising awareness of gay media's problematic past. But tides may not be changing fast enough.
If the US wants to take the crisis of HIV in African American communities seriously, researchers and HIV advocates say they must treat prisoners with the same time-tested health practices that are used on the outside, which includes making condoms and...
They worry his approach to immigration will worsen the discrimination and violence LGBTQ migrants already face.
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Trump wants to deport three million immigrants, meaning the government could spend as much as $17 billion on detention—and private prison companies, which have been widely criticized for housing inmates in abusive conditions, stand to profit richly.
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