What could radical leadership look like from an aligned, collaborative group of people of color under current conditions in HIV community work, and in the HIV movement? A group of leaders in the United States HIV movement has attempted to answer that question, among others, in the framework: A Declaration of Liberation: Building a Racially Just and Strategic HIV Movement.
Atlanta, GA, October 13, 2017 - The Counter Narrative Project (CNP) is deeply saddened to hear about the recent attack on Oliver Jesse and fellow patrons leaving the Bulldog Nightclub, a popular Midtown Atlanta establishment frequented by the Black gay community. We hope for a rapid recovery of health and wellness for Mr. Jesse, who was shot in the stomach, and for the mental well being of the victim's friends who were reported by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution as present and also threatened with bodily harm despite Mr. Jesse giving the perpetrator $5 to help aid him in his perceived homelessness.
ATLANTA, GA - On Tuesday, June 27, 2017, The Counter Narrative Project will unite black gay men and allies to celebrate the legacy of Craig G. Harris and to commemorate National HIV Testing Day (#NHTD) by aligning with partners from around the country to host the I Will Be Heard (#IWillBeHeard) National Day of Action.
February 7, 2017 - As you read these words, Michael L. Johnson is sitting in prison under a discriminatory law that hurts many and helps no one. With your help, he could be free in a matter of months. To make sure that Michael has expert legal support when his case is again heard in court, we must raise $20,000 in 20 days. Will you give now to help secure justice for Michael?
ATLANTA, GA - On November 2, 2016, the Counter Narrative Project, a national black gay men’s advocacy organization, in partnership with a number of community organizers, cultural workers, activists, and artists from across the country, will commemorate the 30th anniversary of In the Life: A Black Gay Anthology (#ITLAt30).