In our work to promote sensitivity, dialog and collaboration around the day-to-day realities of older adults aging with HIV, The Graying of AIDS aims to situate personal audio/visual portraits within the larger context of HIV/AIDS in this country. To do this, we hope to weave together key information, commemorating milestones in the thirty year history of the epidemic; highlight current research that may impact the health and well being of older adults living with the virus; and take note of creative responses — in the arts and through community action and service provision — that reflect what has been, what is, and what could be.

We hope that this blog will be a place where we can bring you updates not only on our project, but on new developments in research, services, community action, public policy, and the arts. To do this, we will need your help: If there are things you think we should know about, please write us at info@grayingofaids.org and tell us about it.