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Kirk Myers Kirk Myers believes his first job is helping the Black LGBTQ community; building bridges comes after TAMMYE NASH | Managing Kirk Myers said that in the beginning, his work in the HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ communities was purely personal. “My advocacy started with my own HIV diagnosis and with saving my own life,” he explained. “After I was diagnosed in 1998, I started looking for safe and affirming spaces for people that look like me.

There were programs out there, but programs where no one looked like me was a problem for me.” Myers said he started out as a volunteer with AIN — known back then as AIDS Interfaith Network — and then went on to work for an organization called Renaissance III, which offered

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