March 8, 2016

Volunteering for Legal Hospice of Texas…

Before moving to Dallas, I was always involved with volunteering projects; working with the Catholic Charities creating a program to educate high school students on domestic […]
March 8, 2016

A Story of Perseverance: Hadiyah-Nicole Green Shares Her Path to a Million-Dollar Research Grant

Hadiyah-Nicole Green likens her story to that of The Little Engine That Could. The 34-year-old assistant professor is the first in her family to go to […]
March 8, 2016

Selma Kaderman sounds the alarm..

Selma Kaderman Dritz was Assistant Director of San Francisco’s Bureau of Communicable Disease Control, accustomed to food poisoning outbreaks and not much else, when young gay […]
March 9, 2016

The Truths We Need to Remember to End Discrimination Against People with HIV and AIDS

Decades after the 1980s, HIV and AIDS are better understood, but far from stigma-free. Despite the strides science has made in HIV and AIDS research, too […]
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