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    How’s Your Anus?

    How’s Your Anus?

    By Dr. Naomi Jay, RN, NP, PhD It’s been a wonderful month for anal health! Researchers and patient advocates had a busy pre-Thanksgiving week. You might have noticed the article…

    National & Local News Map

    Delta, CO – Colorado School Board Member Believes Transgender Students Should Be Castrated – 11.25 A school board member from Colorado made headlines after she said that transgender students should…

    Global, National, State and Local Happenings

    Global, National, State and Local Happenings

    As we enter the holiday season, there is a lot happening at global, national, state and local levels that I want to share with you this month. On the global…

    8 Washington Reflections and City College Update

    8 Washington Reflections  and City College Update

    The November election is finally done, but the reverberations from the sinking of Propositions B and C are surely just beginning to be felt. Certainly, the boosters for the proposed…

    Fortnight in Review

    Sister Sold Ya Where would you place Liz Cheney on your list of “Reviled Public Figures?” I suppose if you exclude overtly racist politicians and dead people, I’d have to…

    Hope, Healing and Remembrance at the National AIDS Memorial Grove

    Hope, Healing and Remembrance at the National AIDS Memorial Grove

    As we approach this year’s World AIDS Day observance on December 1, it is a time to reflect on our past, with a vision of hope for a future free…

    The Global Tragedy of AIDS Will Never Be Forgotten

    The Global Tragedy of AIDS Will Never Be Forgotten

    World AIDS Day is held on December 1 of each year. It provides an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, to show their support for…

    National AIDS Memorial Grove 2013 Honorees

    National AIDS Memorial Grove 2013 Honorees

    LIFETIME OF COMMITMENT AWARD:  Tim Hanlon Tim Hanlon helped change the direction of corporate philanthropy in the early days of the AIDS epidemic, leading Wells Fargo to become a strong…

    Light in the Grove 2013

    Light in the Grove 2013

    Light in the Grove is a magical experience that promotes remembrance, renewal and reunion. This annual fundraising event benefits the National AIDS Memorial Grove and features imaginative lighting, unique performances,…

    Grant-Making Crusader Tim Hanlon Is a True Angel in America

    Grant-Making Crusader Tim Hanlon Is a True Angel in America

    Tim Hanlon, President of the Wells Fargo Foundation and recipient of this year’s National AIDS Memorial Grove Lifetime of Commitment Award, has helped to provide more than $17.8 million to…