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We’re thrilled to honor the Broadway legend André De Shields on Feb. 6 at the 10th Annual GMHC Cabaret and Howard Ashman Award for his energetic activism and wisdom as an Afro-Queer man and long-term HIV survivor. In advance of the Cabaret, De Shields talked with us about what it
Imagine you are newly diagnosed with HIV, and you don’t have health insurance to pay for doctors’ visits and medication–and you’re also behind on your rent. Or maybe you’re a long-term HIV survivor living on disability income from an employer and Social Security–and you’ve just turned 65, so your corporate
After 20 years of a steady downward trend, new HIV cases in New York City jumped 14% in 2021, due in large part to a resurgence in HIV testing after the COVID-19 pandemic caused citywide shutdowns in 2020, according to the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. That atypical
De Shields will be celebrated on February 6 at the 10th GMHC Cabaret & Howard Ashman Award event at Joe’s Pub New York, NY (January 9, 2023)—GMHC will honor Broadway legend and award-winning performer André De Shields with the 2023 Howard Ashman Award for his advocacy and activism for people living with