African, Caribbean and Black

Quiet moments

published: April, 02, 2013 Categories // African, Caribbean and Black, DJ Relentless, Gay Men, Music, Lifestyle, Living with HIV, Opinion Pieces, Population Specific

DJ Relentless lives a life full of loudness, which is why he penned this appreciation for the quieter moments in life.

Quiet moments

I decided to submit this blog because I am sure there are plenty of you out there who have a friend like this. Someone who can't hear because they are so busy talking….  It's about 3:15 AM on March 25th, 2013. I am scheduled to go back to Toronto today. I am so looking forward to holding my husband when I get home. It's been an interesting trip to NYC. A lot of my friends are going through a lot of personal drama....from health issues to relationship problems. But one in particular was ta

HIV in Toronto’s African, Caribbean and Black communities

published: March, 21, 2013 Written by // John McCullagh - Publisher emeritus Categories // African, Caribbean and Black, Features and Interviews, Health, Living with HIV, Population Specific , Sex and Sexuality , John McCullagh

John McCullagh talks on video with Shannon Ryan, the executive director of the Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention, about HIV prevention and support among Toronto’s African, Caribbean and Black communities.

HIV in Toronto’s African, Caribbean and Black communities

Canada’s African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) communities are disproportionately affected by HIV. Large and diverse, they comprise both people born in Canada as well as immigrants and refugees from a broad range of countries, often countries where HIV is endemic. It is also a community where, uniquely, HIV predominantly affects those who are heterosexual.  It was to address the specific needs of these communities that Toronto’s Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention (Black CAP) was founded in

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