In Memoriam

Longtime HIV/AIDS activist Hydeia Broadbent, 39, passed away at home with her family on Feb. 20. Broadbent took the national stage as the first black child to speak publicly about being born with and living with HIV. Despite her contribution to HIV/AIDS advocacy everywhere, Broadbent was failed by the system she so adamantly attempted to build.

Bill McCallion was many things — an architect, an activist, a lover, and sober — but above all, he was a survivor. On his death at 71, he was among the longest-term survivors of AIDS; the end came from what we might simply call “old AIDS,” a combination of maladies accruing from perhaps 10 years of HIV, then more than 25 years of the drugs to treat it.


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