HIV & Health Equity

HIV disproportionately affects members of the LGBTQ communities of color, particularly cisgender Black and Latino gay and bisexual, transgender women, and Black women. We are committed to ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic and HIV-related stigma.

Despite advances in HIV prevention and treatment, more than 1.1 million people in the U.S. live with HIV and approximately 38,000 new diagnoses each year.

At the Human Rights Campaign, we are committed to ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic and HIV-related stigma through strategic partnerships with the HIV and public health community — including community-based organizations, health departments, and national partners — to design, implement and evaluate multi-year strategies addressing the epidemic; utilizing storytelling to advocate, engage and mobilize communities most impacted by HIV and AIDS in the U.S., including young gay and bisexual men and transgender women of color while focusing on public education and research opportunities.

Featured Resource

Debunking Common Myths About HIV

Read responses to myths that 'HIV is a gay disease' or a 'death sentence,' and find other important information about getting tested.

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HIV & Health Equity, Sexual Health

HBCU Health Center Directory

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have a critical role in ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Data shows that 1 in 5 new HIV diagnoses are among young people between the…

HIV & Health Equity, Communities of Color, Coming Out, College

Safe Sex and Beating the Odds

Taking precautions against HIV doesn’t mean you should be ashamed of your sexuality or not enjoy sex - you can love your body and stay safe.

HIV & Health Equity, Laws & Legislation, Federal Policy

PrEP Access and Coverage Act

The PrEP Access and Coverage Act would require all private and public insurance plans to cover the HIV prevention pill and related services with no out-of-pocket costs for patients.