Contributor. Black Gay Genius: Answering Joseph Beam’s Call. Vintage Entity. 2014.

Contributor. We Have Not Been Moved: Resisting Racism and Militarism in 21st Century America. PM Press. 2012.

Contributor. For Colored Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Still Not Enough: Coming of Age, Coming Out, and Coming Home. Magnus Books. 2012.

Contributor. Against Equality: Queer Critiques of Gay Marriage. Against Equality Press. 2010.

Contributor. Spirited: Affirming the Soul of Black/Gay Lesbian Identity. Red Bone Press. 2006.

Co-editor w/ Dan Berger and Chesa Boudin. Letters From Young Activists: Today’s Rebels Speak Out. Bold Type Books. 2005.


Kaepernick Publishing & LEVEL

Prisons Are a Public Health Crisis — and the Cure Is Right in Front of Us


No, Dr. Sebi Did Not Have the Cure for HIV — Despite Nipsey Hussle’s Planned Documentary

Sanjay Johnson HIV Criminalization Case Closes With 5-Year Probation Sentence

All Stories Here


Black Women in Atlanta Need More PrEP Access. Researchers and Advocates Are Working to Make This a Reality.

At USCA 2018, Black Lives Matter Cofounder Alicia Garza Discusses HIV and Building Black Social Justice Power

All Stories Here

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Ayinde Castro: Celebrity Face Beater (Interview)

Tori Fixx: Hip-Hop’s Homo Revolution (Interview)

All Stories Here

ReWire News

What Happens if Pride Parades Become Condom-Free?

50 Years After the March on Washington, Still Fighting for Jobs and Freedom

All stories here


50 Cent’s New Pocketbook Values: Anti-Gay Won’t Pay, Even for Hip Hop

A Political Obituary of Etta James

CeCe McDonald Deserves Our Support, ‘Innocent’ or Not

The Real Lesson of North Carolina’s Amendment 1


Treatment Access Isn’t Just a Global Issue

Randomization Roullette: Are Current Studies Fair For Those With No Options?

LDL Drops with Sustiva to Viramune Switch

Several Factors Raise Women’s Bone Loss Risk

Drug-Resistant HIV in Semen Stirs Concerns

Death Rates Higher Among Rural Positive Patients – But Why?

Selenium Supplements: Hope, Hype or Harmful?

People with HIV May Need Longer TB Treatment

No Lipodystrophy Approval for Serostim

Treatment Improves Survival Among IDUs

In the House

Early Treatment may have CD4 Advantage

Treatment Action Group

Beyond Tuskegee

The Atlantic

Young, Gay, Black—and at Risk for HIV

Out Magazine

Brontez Purnell On the Joys of Writing About Sex


Why It’s Time for Real Sex Education

The Grio

Donnie McClurkin’s homophobic rants distract from bigger issues

HIV Plus Magazine

Prince Died, But HIV Stigma Lives

Washington Blade

D.C. AIDS plan ambitious but must include community


A Military Job Is Not Economic Justice

Why The AIDS Epidemic Matters To Black Lives

City Limits

A House of Our Own

Dallas Voice

HIV/AIDS: Looking back at 2017, ahead to 2018

The Rainbow Times

Looking Back on 2017 in HIV/AIDS – What’s in Store for 2018

The Feminist Wire

Anti-Gay Marriage Group’s Black Strategy Has Long History

Why Roland Martin’s Homophobic Tweets Shouldn’t Be Ignored, Even Now

The American Prospect

Occupy Wall Street’s Race Problem

Positively Aware

For Me and My Brother


We’re Still Living With AIDS

Creating Change Plenary Speech on HIV/AIDS

Visual AIDS

“100 Boyfriends Mixtape (The Demo)” has #nofilter

Between The Lines

Fighting to be free: Black ministers and the Black gay community

Black Commentator/WIN

Not Showing Up: Blacks, Military Recruitment, & The Anti-war Movement

The Indypendent

Incognegro Author Frank Wilderson Reads in NYC

Reading Gay Pride: New Books for the Queer Left

Analog Girl Finds The Digital World: A Review of Erykah Badu’s “New Amerykah, Pt.1”

Kenyon Farrow.com

Is Gay Marriage Anti-Black?

Open Letter to Condoleezza Rice

We Real Cool: On Hip-Hop, Asian-Americans, Black Folks, & Appropriation

Left Turn

Black is Not Enough: Thoughts on Race, Gender, Sexuality and the Black Left (Interview)


Lose Your Mother: A Journey Along the Atlantic Slave Route

Make Yours A Happy Home: A Review of Claudine

War Resisters League

A Saving Remnant: The Radical Lives of Barbara Deming and David McReynolds


Silence, Omissions, and the Black Male Gay Body: HIV and the Unaccounted for Black Lives. Delivered October 12, 2016 at the 2017 National Conference of Black Political Scientists. SSRN Electronic Library.

Co-editor with Lisa Duggan, Richard Kim, and Joseph DeFilippis. A New Queer AgendaAfterword: A Future Beyond Equality. Scholar & Feminist Online; Barnard Center for Research on Women. 2012.


The Wiz Redux; or, Why Queer Black Feminist Spectatorship and Politically Engaged Popular Entertainment Continue to Matter. By Donna L. Forsgren. Cambridge Press. 2019.

Punishing Disease HIV and the Criminalization of Sickness. By Trevor Hoppe. University of California Press. 2017.

Same-Sex Marriage. By Tamara Thompson. Greenhaven Press. 2015.

Queer Postcolonial Narratives and the Ethics of Witnessing. By Donna McCormack. Blooksbury Academic. 2014.

Mad Matters: A Critical Reader in Canadian Mad Studies. Canadian Scholars Press. 2013.

Safe Space: Gay Neighborhood History and the Politics of Violence. By Christina B. Hanhardt. Duke University Press. 2013.

Beach Beneath the Streets, The: Contesting New York City’s Public Spaces. by Benjamin Shepard and Gregory Smithsimon. Excelsior Editions. 2011

A History of the American Peace Movement: From Colonial Times to the Present. By Charles F. Howlett, Robbie Lieberman. Edwin Mellen Press. 2008

Heterosexism in Contemporary World Religion: Problem and Prospect. By Marvin Mahan Ellison, Judith Plaskow. Pilgrim Press. 2007.

Behind the Lines: War Resistance Poetry on the American Home Front Since 1941. By Philip Metres. University of Iowa Press. 2007.

AfroAsian Encounters Culture, History, Politics. Editor by Helke Raphael-Hernadez, Shannon Sheen. NYU Press. 2006.

Reclaiming Our Future: The State of AIDS Among Black Youth in America. By Cathy J. Cohen. Black AIDS Institute. 2005.

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