The Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund event raises funds for grants to help Oklahomans infected with HIV and AIDS.
The heavy but inspiring drama by local playwright La’Charles Purvey deals with HIV and AIDS in the black community.
Participating artists are encouraged to make a donation to Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund after the show.
The events help promote AIDS and HIV education and raise money for organizations that deal with direct care and outreach efforts.
A 2014 Kaiser Family Foundation report shows 1.1 million people in the United States are living with HIV.
Planned Parenthood’s regional merger will result in new sexual health services and a new location in Oklahoma City.
A Moroccan-themed cocktail and dance party benefitting AIDS Walk Oklahoma City is June 2 on the roof of Cardinal Engineering.
An Oklahoma nonprofit remains outspoken and holds annual fundraisers to fight AIDS in the state.
Photo: Shannon Cornman This year marks the 22nd anniversary of Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund Inc.’s Red Tie Night to benefit Oklahomans with HIV/AIDS. March 1, Oklahoma City will come together again to rally a cause that has faded from headlines in the past decade, something that OACF wants to change. “It’s more serious today than…
With Dallas Buyers Club, director Jean-Marc Vallée (The Young Victoria) takes the cinematic liberty to tell Woodroof’s story, revisiting the 1980s during the early years of the AIDS epidemic, when rampant conservatism, Reagan’s War on Drugs and the Christian right dominated American culture. In what appears to be the role of his career, an overwhelmingly…