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Volunteers are offering free HIV rapid testing at 25 subway stations throughout the city today.
The man said he'd "stick anyone who tried to stop him," according to the NYPD.
The museum has added its own curatorial flavor, but will that be enough to account for the major gaps in the story told by Art AIDS America?
"On Truvada, I’m like, super excited to hook up with this friend of a friend on Facebook because I know he’s also on Truvada, so... we get to do all the stuff that always seemed taboo."
"This neighborhood doesn't need more investments opportunities for the wealthy."
"The whole notion of a deed restriction is that a luxury housing developer doesn't swoop in and take the property away from the community."
"The building is incredible with 12-foot ceilings and a penthouse floor that has a view from the UN to all of Midtown and Downtown."
"People on meth aren’t necessarily accurate historians, and they tend to exaggerate and say outlandish things."
You can see a video of Wolf, then a member of the New York City Gay Men's Chorus, discussing his AIDS activism in the '80s.
Few New Yorkers have been diagnosed with HIV than ever before, according to a report released today by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene in conjunction with World AIDS Day.
It's the first time since 2002 that so many panels of the quilt have been in NYC.
The number of New Yorkers dying from AIDS has dropped precipitously over the past decade.
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