A man accused in several South Philadelphia sex assaults is confirmed to be HIV positive. Now, officials are reaching out to victims to tell them what they should know about being tested and receiving treatment. Lauren Mayk speaks with Bebashi executive director about HIV transmission, treatment and prevention in light of recent findings. Watch here
Bebashi Prevention Supervisor, Keira Ragsdale, participates in a panel-style interview with Envy McKee, host of WURD’s The Lounge, in a post National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day discussion on Philadelphia’s staggering infection rate numbers and how to educate our community on prevention and treatment.
Bebashi Executive Director, Gary J. Bell, speaks with Wake Up With WURD Host Dr. Aaron Smith about National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, infection rates in Philadelphia and President Donald Trump’s proposed funding to end new infection rates in high risk areas by 2030. Listen here
HIV and AIDS awareness advocates are pushing to educate more people in Philadelphia — especially Black women — about the HIV prevention pill. Bebashi executive director, Gary J. Bell, speaks with Ayana Jones on why PrEP is important. Read here
WHYY Health & Science Reporter Dana Bate speaks to Bebashi’s Executive Director, Gary J. Bell, on his thoughts on President Donald Trump’s promise to eliminate a large number of HIV infection in highly infected/populated areas by 2030. Read the interview here
Health experts say HIV is no longer a death sentence but it is a crisis in Philadelphia. Now they’re calling on people, and organization’s like Bebashi Transition to Hope, to act to help end the epidemic. Watch the report here
NBC10 Reporter Stephanie Jimenez’s report of how Bebashi and our partnership with Miriam Clinic is helping to aid in HIV treatment, education and prevention. Watch the special report here
Bebashi was highlighted in a Philadelphia Gay News article for hosting an application session for the new Gloria Casarez Residence for at risk LGBTQ youth in Philadelphia. Read here