Publications

Annual Report

In compliance with federal law, AIDS Project Los Angeles makes its financial information available to donors and friends. We have posted the most recent annual reports, financial statements and tax forms (Form 990) from APLA. Click here for more information.

Optimist

Optimist is a quarterly donor magazine that spotlights APLA services, major events, fundraisers, community news and the activities of the many volunteers whose work is so important to us and our clients. Click here to see past issues.

Past Publications

CORPUS

Corpus is a journal that uses art, cultural criticism, poetry, short stories and humor to reveal the challenges of HIV prevention in gay and bisexual communities. Corpusis produced annually. Click here to see past issues.

IF WE HAVE TO TAKE TOMORROW

A follow-up to 2003’s Think Again, this collaboratively supported publication brings varied voices to bear on the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the United States. Edited by Frank León Roberts and Marvin K. White, If We Have to Take Tomorrow features thought-provoking essays, memoir, poetry and dynamic photography. Click here to read.

THINK AGAIN

Think Again is a collection of critical works, daring visions, and ideas not typically reflected in mainstream approaches to HIV/AIDS prevention. Think Again aims to incite fresh thinking and interest about black men who practice same-sex desire in relationship to HIV/AIDS. Click here to read.

TO BE LEFT WITH THE BODY

To Be Left with the Body is the third in a series of publications created by and for black gay and bisexual men to explore the impact of HIV/AIDS on their lives. Co-edited by Cheryl Clarke and Steven G. Fullwood, the collection features contributions from 16 writers and poets and a series of photographs by New York artist Artis Q. Click here to read.

WAR DIARIES

War Diaries , a joint project of APLA and The Global Forum on MSM & HIV (MSMGF), is the fourth in an ongoing series of publications by and for the African American LGBT community. The collection, edited by Tisa Bryant and Ernest Hardy, gathers some of the community’s boldest voices in a multimedia conversation on the impact of the epidemic among people of color. Click here to read.