Tag Archives: HIV/AIDS

01/03/2011: censorship and the arts

Censorship at the Smithsonian: “A Fire In My Belly”

In December, GOP congressmen ordered the removal of an artwork from the National Portrait Gallery’s Hide/Seek exhibit at the Smithsonian claiming it was “an outrageous use of taxpayer money and an obvious attempt to offend Christians during the Christmas season.” … Continue reading

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11/29/2010: projects that fill a void

HIV/AIDS in Los Angeles

We observe World AIDS Day 2010 by looking at the cooperation between faith-based groups and various organizations in the Latino community, which is the population with the most new HIV and AIDS cases in Los Angeles County. You can find … Continue reading

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