The Fine Print Blog

Glenn Burke

Honoring Our Heroes: Glenn Burke

Ivan Espinoza-Madrigal
CHLP Legal Director

When Is HIV a Crime? Sexuality, Gender and Consent

Kim Shayo Buchanan
Associate Professor of Law and Gender Studies at USC Gould Law School
Steve Scarborough
Anyone who has been doing HIV-related work for a while knows that we have our likely and official heroes. They are the people, usually heads of organizations or those who have caught the camera’s glare for a moment, who grace the podiums at multiple fundraisers or awards ceremonies, honored sometimes for their effectiveness or generosity but at least as often for their visibility. Perhaps we devote too much attention to these luminaries, however wonderful, who in fact are doing what they are paid to do, and not nearly enough attention to the volunteer who quietly shows up to give time because of a deep belief that it’s the right thing to do. So from time to time, The Fine Print blog will attempt to address this recognition gap in some small way, saluting individuals who quietly contribute behind the scenes, without fanfare, to keep our agencies, issues and communities alive.
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Wendy Armstrong

HIV Criminalization: A Physician's Perspective

Dr. Wendy Armstrong