The ‘Black HIV in the South’ podcast by the Urban One Podcast Network and iOne Digital won two Communicator Awards of Excellence for the ‘Features-Limited Series’ and ‘Individual Episodes – Causes & Awareness’ categories. The Communicator Awards, founded three decades ago is the leading global awards program honoring creative excellence for marketing and communications professionals. […]

With Worlds AIDS Day still on our minds, we reflect back on 7 Black pioneers throughout history in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

Five-time NBA Champion Magic Johnson reflected on his infamous televised meeting with veteran shock jock Howard Stern, which looking back is cringeworthy to watch during parts where Stern criticized Magic for talking like a "white man" and joking that he actually enjoyed the activities that led to "getting AIDS."

  Today is World AIDS Day, a day to not just remember those we’ve lost to the virus, but also to increase awareness. This year’s theme is “Focus, Partner, Achieve: An AIDS-free generation.” Former NBA star Earvin “Magic” Johnson has been one of the most prominent faces of people living with the AIDS virus since […]

Just ahead of  National HIV/AIDS Testing Day,  journalist Lisa Ling reports a special Our America with Lisa Ling – Black America’s Secret Epidemic airing on Thursday, June 26 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on OWN. The show covers a single woman looking for love, a young gay man who fears an early death, a survivor who has lived his […]

Dr. Rachael Ross is one of the leading activists against HIV/AIDS. The medical doctor/sexologist who is a recurring guest on the popular daytime medical show The Doctors, says that everyone needs to be tested annually whether you’re married or in a committed relationship or not. It’s important to know your status as she says that […]

June 27th is National HIV Testing Day, but even though the Center For Disease Control estimates that African-Americans account for an estimated 44% of all new HIV…