Felicia Melton-Smyth talks candidly to Our Lives about transitioning, her AIDS philanthropic work and the most important thing she’s ever done.
Interest group: ACT Ride
What started as a job turned into something bigger as WKOW 27 news anchor Mitch Weber tells Our Lives why he decided to make the Wisconsin AIDS ride a part of who he is.
Volunteering for ACT 5 herself, Barbara McKinney discovers the commitment and courage that her late son Mike always described as “a life changing experience”
Jeanne Marshall chronicles how her feminism informed her decision to get involved with AIDS activism.
The Mad City Sisters just can’t get enough of the stares and questions. It’s all about getting the conversation started.
Cathy Noth found strength and direction through athletics, faith, and family.
Anders Zanichkowsky explores inner and outer terrains through multidisciplinary artworks.
At 19 years old, Bob Bowers became one of the first cases of HIV documented. Now, at 45, he looks back at whom he’s become after living longer with the disease than without.
New Executive Director Karen Dotson offers a comprehensive look at the emerging needs in HIV/AIDS prevention and care, and how the AIDS Network is responding to that demand.
Wisconsin AIDS Ride Coordinator Angela DuPont reflects upon her involvement with the ACT Rides and what she’ll take with her as she says goodbye.
The past 50 years in a civil rights movement through the eyes and perspective of a Madison native by Brian Powers.
Anders Zanichkowsky is the hub that keeps all the many spokes of the ACT Ride wheels spinning.