Two people with an arm around each other in front of red background
Rick Guasco (left) and Jayr Washington (right.) Courtesy of Brenda Ruiz / WBEZ
Two people with an arm around each other in front of red background
Rick Guasco (left) and Jayr Washington (right.) Courtesy of Brenda Ruiz / WBEZ

Since the start of the AIDS epidemic, what’s changed?

The medicine. What’s continued? The stigma.

Reset brings together two people living with HIV in a conversation crossing generations.

GUESTS: Rick Guasco, editor-in-chief of Positively Aware, a magazine about HIV and AIDS

Jayr Washington, HIV prevention specialist at Life is Work, a social services agency for trans people on Chicago’s West Side

Two people with an arm around each other in front of red background
Rick Guasco (left) and Jayr Washington (right.) Courtesy of Brenda Ruiz / WBEZ
Two people with an arm around each other in front of red background
Rick Guasco (left) and Jayr Washington (right.) Courtesy of Brenda Ruiz / WBEZ

Since the start of the AIDS epidemic, what’s changed?

The medicine. What’s continued? The stigma.

Reset brings together two people living with HIV in a conversation crossing generations.

GUESTS: Rick Guasco, editor-in-chief of Positively Aware, a magazine about HIV and AIDS

Jayr Washington, HIV prevention specialist at Life is Work, a social services agency for trans people on Chicago’s West Side