ABOUT Linda Villarosa
October 22, 2012
Salon contributor Linda Villarosa breaks down her devil-may-care reaction to a white female blogger with a penchant for wearing an Afro. It's just hair, right?
The continent hasn't done everything right, but America should take note of these strategies.
A writer snapped these photos depicting the daily battle against the disease in Ethiopia and Zambia.
The difficult environment that Zambia's LGBT community faces is thwarting that African nation's fight against HIV/AIDS, Linda Villarosa writes at the Huffington Post.
Truvada is a historic breakthrough -- but some activists remain concerned about access and proper use.
Writer-director Dee Rees tells The Root how her own coming-out story inspired the film.
Like the president, who turns 50 on Aug. 4, I belong to a generation that expected a racial utopia.
Quiet as it's kept, a number of the brightest lights of the Harlem Renaissance fell along the LGBT rainbow spectrum.
In a time of tight resources, who should get a breakthrough HIV medicine? The sick -- or those who want to avoid being sick?
The Black Bucket List heads to New York, where we discover there's so much more to black history than the Harlem Renaissance -- like Do or Die Bed-Stuy circa 1838.
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