Health Advocates are continuing to raise concerns about mental illness in the Black community and the need for more services to address the mental health needs of minority communities.
World Hepatitis Day is July 28th and The Oasis Clinic sponsored an event at Snow Park, 20th and Harrison Streets, from 2 – 6pm. The event included music, raffles, fun times, and free Hepatitis screening [...]
By Jesse Brooks San Francisco’s 43rd annual Gay Pride celebration drew over 1.5 million people in a jubilant expression of the theme, “Embrace, Encourage, Empower,” as crowds danced in the streets, turbo charged by the [...]
Maintaining a strong and stable relationship is challenging especially when one partner is HIV positive, technically known as sero-discordant couples. The Eban II Program is searching for heterosexual African American sero-discordant couples to participate in [...]
For over a decade, Blacks have been disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS. Although they account for over half of new infections each year in the United States, African Americans account for a low percentage of experimental [...]