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Stories Related to Nondiscrimination and HIV

States and regions that do not have LGBTQ nondiscrimination protections directly affect LGBTQ people living with HIV because employment discrimination can affect health care access; because housing is necessary for health, and housing discrimination can directly harm the continued health of those living with HIV; because health care discrimination is an even bigger threat to those living with HIV; and because LGBTQ people living with HIV sometimes avoid calling police or medical personnel for fear of discrimination.

Levi Berkshire
Kalamazoo, MI
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Lee Storrow
Raleigh, NC
Read More Stories By:  Equality North Carolina
Chuck Smith
Kansas City, MO
Read More Stories By:  Freedom for All Americans
Jeffery Edwards-Knight
Charlotte, NC
Read More Stories By:  Campaign for Southern Equality
Rabbi David Lipper
Davidson, NC
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Wyatt Oliver Ronceros
Los Angeles, CA
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William Torres Fuentes
Wake County, NC
Read More Stories By:  Campaign for Southern Equality
Ty Martin
Harlem, NY
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Helena Bushong
Chicago, IL
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