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Boston Living Center

Boston Living Center closes chapter on embezzlement case

The Boston Living Center received some closure after Judge Robert Tochka of the Boston Municipal Court ruled last month that no violation of probation had been found in the 2011 embezzlement case of Valerie Tebbetts and that Tebbetts has served out […]

Shirley Royster,LGBT Senior Pride Coalition,Jim Campbell Award

AIDS survivor’s story: A black lesbian’s struggle for answers

[This story appears in the January|February 2017 issue of Boston Spirit magazine. Subscribe for free today.] In the early 1980s, Shirley Royster, an African American lesbian, knew something was wrong. She saw people in the black community dying at an alarming rate. For […]

Phil Wilson,Black AIDS Institute,GLAD Spirit of Justice Award

GLAD to honor Phil Wilson at Spirit of Justice Award Dinner

Diagnosed himself with HIV in the early years of the AIDS epidemic, Phil Wilson, founding president and CEO of the Black AIDS Institute, knows what it means to fight. And since 1999 the institute he started continues to mobilize black […]

Harbor to Bay,Community Research Initiative

Team CRI cyclists, volunteers gear up for Harbor to Bay ride

If you haven’t registered to ride, volunteer and/or donate to the 2016 Harbor to Bay ride, it’s not too late to join Team CRI today. The 14th annual ride takes place on Saturday, September 17, over three routes: Boston to Provincetown, […]

Treat Lipodystrophy Coalition

Governor Baker signs bill making Bay State first to cover lipodystrophy treatment

Long-term survivors of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Bay State can finally gain access to insurance coverage for treatment of the debilitating side effects of early HIV medications thanks to the bill that Governor Charlie Baker signed into law today, […]

Gilles Marini,2016 Kiehl's KifeRide for amfAR

Kiehl’s Motocycle LifeRide for amfAR to make several New England stops in early August

Rolling towards a cure for AIDS, the seventh annual Kiehl’s LifeRide for amFAR is making several stops at Kiehl’s store in New England over the next couple weeks. Led by Kiehl’s President Chris Salgardo and Kevin Robert Frost, CEO of The […]

Douglas M. Brooks, White House director of the Office of National AIDS Policy and recipient of the 2016 Gerry E. Studds Award. The award is being given at Fenway Health's annual Men's Event in honor of Brooks' tireless work in the battle against HIV/AIDS. Photo courtesy aids.gov.

White House AIDS policy director Douglas M. Brooks honored at 2016 Men’s Event

From Provincetown to the White House. That’s the story of the man being honored at one of Boston’s biggest benefits of the year for his tireless work in the battle against HIV/AIDS. The man is Douglas M. Brooks, director of the […]

Tseng Kwong-Chi,Keith Haring,Tufts Art Gallery

Major exhibit of queer photographer Tseng Kwong Chi celebrates spirit of wild ’80s art scene

He was one of the rising stars of the East Village arts scene who died of AIDS at 39. His friends and creative co-conspiriators included fellow artists Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat, the dancer Bill T. Jones, Madonna, and a litany of other […]

Harbor to the Bay AIDS benefit bike ride

New England businessman matches donations for Harbor to the Bay riders

Harbor to the Bay cyclists riding on behalf of Boston’s Community Research Initiative get matched dollar-for-dollar on Friday, August 28, when Paul Moreno of 5 Star Travel matches up to $5,000 in contributions. Just go to CRI’s Harbor to the Bay contributions webpage on August 28, […]

Red Inn,Provicetown,CRI,summer party

Provincetown’s Red Inn hosts fabulous, feel-good summer fundraiser for CRI

It’s one of the summer’s most fun feel-good events. The Red Inn is once again hosting Boston-based Community Research Initiative‘s annual Summer Party in Provincetown from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 18. It’s fun because it’s located right […]

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