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May 2009

 

Mission Impozsible
by Regan Hofmann
In honor of our 15th anniversary, we caught up with POZ’s founder, Sean Strub, as he looks back at the magazine’s origin—and ahead to his next move.

Infected & Affected
Portraits of a Community Combating Stigma

POZ’s (Abbreviated) Encyclopedia of AIDS
by Regan Hofmann
Highlights of some of the juiciest subjects we’ve written about (with a little help from you) over the past 15 years.  

POZ at 15
by Jennifer Morton
A look back at some of the defining moments in the magazine’s illustrious (and sometimes notorious) history.

Viral Vernacular
by Laura Whitehorn and Kellee Terrell
Since the days when we didn’t have a vocabulary for discussing AIDS, POZ has advocated for a gentle turn of phrase for the virus and those living with it.

POZ & Effect
by Oriol Gutierrez
Our deputy editor checks in with several people who were featured in POZ. They share how their public disclosure on the pages of the magazine changed their lives—and their health—for the better.

Your Brighter Future Starts Here
With a new president, renewed civic engagement and talk of meaningful health care reform, we’re ready to once again dream big. We can’t afford not to. Our ability to survive and thrive with HIV/AIDS—and one day bring an end to the crisis—demands renewed political organization from people living with and affected by the virus. That is why POZ and the National Association of People with AIDS have launched The Denver Principles Project. Its goal? A brighter future for all people living with HIV.

The Wish of All Wishes

Imagine a Brighter Future

Editor's Letter-May 2009
by Regan Hofmann
The Power of POZ

Your Feedback-May 2009
For our 15th anniversary, we decided to dip into our mailbox to share what our readers have said about the role POZ plays in their lives. We depend on your invaluable insight and read every one of your words. Please keep them coming!

 


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