Queens Apartment Complex Sued Over Accusations Of Discrimination

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A Queens apartment complex is being sued after accusations of discrimination.

Two men each say they applied separately for an apartment in the Sand Castle apartment complex in Far Rockaway, Queens, but were turned down because they were using vouchers from the city’s HIV/AIDS program, WCBS 880’s Ginny Kosola reports. 166 more words


Israel-US city inaugurate first joint HIV/AIDS task force

United States: The first joint HIV/AIDS task force between Israel and the United States is taking place in West Hollywood city where many of its residents fell victim to AIDS during the  initial years of the epidemic . 344 more words


HIV? Me? No, I am married! (19)

“Eh…do you mean menopause?”

“Yes! That’s it! She must be at menopause,” Dike responded.

“Or you have infected her with HIV.” I wanted to snap at him. 205 more words

Black Women And Health

Women’s Development Goals | Yetnayet Asfaw | Sept 25, 2014

NEW YORK – As the 2015 deadline for the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) approaches, world leaders will face a choice: move the goal posts back another decade or two, or hold accountable those who have failed to deliver on their commitments. 710 more words

World News

Why the United Nations is adopting Canadian scientist’s HIV strategy

TORONTO – Make sure 90 per cent of people infected with HIV are tested, get 90 per cent of that group on regular treatment, and have 90 per cent stay on the therapy to keep their viral loads undetectable. 902 more words