Black history of HIV in London
This October, One Voice Network and Fast-Track Cities London are working in partnership to mark Black History Month with a Black history of HIV in London.
We are documenting the stories of Black people living with HIV in London. We hope the videos, stories, poems and other content that we share will change or influence attitudes and knowledge about Black people living with HIV.
Our Vice Chair, Reverend Jide Macaulay, has shared his positive story as a Black, gay, Anglican priest living with HIV and his thoughts on religion, HIV & discrimination.
As Reverend Jide demonstrates, many Black people in London are living long and well with HIV, and are passionate about educating Londoners. To learn more, please follow our Twitter: @OneVoiceNetwor2, as well as Fast Track Cities' account: @londonftci.