While it’s safe to say we’ve never had a year quite like this one, there are still many wonderful moments to remember. Here are just a few highlights from the 2020 Virtual AIDS Walk, along with some information on services available from three of our......

The 2020 AIDS Walk Grant Application is live. Please note the due date of November 21st. Please contact us with any questions or concerns. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1T709LcTEUCDJiL9_pZ1leoDCWh11xz9D/view?usp=sharing 2020 RFP.docx [from_thumb]...

AIDS Walk 2020 is going VIRTUAL!! While we can’t meet in person, we are excited to announce the virtual event!! Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/protect-yourself-aids-walk-okc-2020-tickets-116249618739 to get the invite to the private group to post pictures!! Team fundraising and team size awards will still be given!! Protect......

YES. Do this. You put on pants, why not a face mask? "Masks are this generation's condoms" It's not entirely clear which part of the Constitution is supposed to cover face masks, but somehow efforts to ensure public safety have [from_thumb]...

Supporting Black Lives During Pride For the queer community, this year’s annual Pride celebrations throughout this month will look a little different than they have for the past few years. [from_thumb]...

Our friends at deadCENTER Film Festival, LLC. kicked off their annual film festival today! Make sure to get your All Access Pass now and enjoy their virtual festival! https://www.deadcenterfilm.org deadCenter Film We’re expanding from four to eleven days, showing a record number of films, and......

Former Habana rebrands as District Hotel by Robin Dorner Editor in Chief In case you haven't heard, as of June 1, it is official. The ever-popular hotel in the 39th St. District will change their name to District Hotel, forever leavi [from_thumb]...

Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund transitions to donor-advised fund The Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund was founded in 1991 by Barbara Cooper following the death of her son to AIDS. She enlisted the help of her husband Jackie and a small group of friends and organized w......

With the urgent COVID-19 public health emergency, there is an increased focus on maintaining a healthy immune system. For people living with HIV, as well as other chronic health conditions, staying as healthy as possible is more important than ever. Staying Healthy: HIV and COVID-19......

Why you need to wear the damn mask OPINION By Catherine Pearlman Go for a walk, visit any open establishment or public space, and you will note a disconcerting phenomenon: People without masks. There is a pandemic. T [from_thumb]...

Make the call – you’re not alone. 1-800-273-8255 We Can All Prevent Suicide Understanding the issues concerning suicide and mental health is an important way to take part in suicide prevention, help others in crisis, and change the conversation around suicide. [from_thumb]...

STD Awareness Week is April 12-18. Are you making your sexual health a priority? Now is the time to take charge. Talk to your provider about how to reduce risk; get tested; and if needed, get treatment. Learn more with CDC’s Talk. Test. Treat. https://www.cdc.gov/std/saw/talktesttreat/individuals.htm......

Compared with the general population, people with compromised immunity are at higher risk of contracting the new coronavirus and developing more serious COVID-19 illness. The HIV population is aging, and nearly half are over 50. Those with low CD4 T-cell counts, indicating advanced immune suppression,......

Read a blog post in honor of National Black HIV/AIDS Day: “Black Communities: Facing HIV Together by Harold J. Phillips the Senior HIV Advisor and Chief Operating Officer of Ending the HIV Epidemic. http://ow.ly/254450yfPnQ Black Communities: Facing HIV Together For African Americans, HIV awareness is......

Today is National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, a reminder to #StartTalkingHIV in our community. There are more HIV prevention options than ever before. National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC)'s Executive Director David Johns encourages us to consider using PrEP, which minimizes the risk of HIV......

Why are so many long-term survivors living in poverty? Because we tend to forget that some people diagnosed before the treatment drugs were released still contend with the psychological and financial toll of having spent much of their youth expecting to die. Many didn’t finish......