Tag Archives for AIDS

Focus on HIV/AIDS

Black AIDS Institute founder Phil Wilson spoke before the National Association of Black Journalists in Washington DC March 25 on why HIV/AIDS has become a “blacker” disease in 2011 and the responsibility of black journalists to continue covering the epidemic.

29. March 2011 by taliawhyte
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Marteniz Brown on HIV & Tolerance

HIV activist Marteniz Brown spoke before the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) in Washington DC March 25, 2011 about his life and the importance of discussing HIV and tolerance in the black community

28. March 2011 by taliawhyte
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Dazon Diallo on HIV & Black Women

SisterLove founder Dazon Diallo spoke before the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) in Washington DC March 25, 2011 on why HIV/AIDS is a reproductive rights issue for black women.

28. March 2011 by taliawhyte
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Hub one of six sites in black male HIV study

By Talia Whyte Bay State Banner African Americans continue to be hit the hardest by the AIDS epidemic nationwide. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, blacks account for almost half of all Americans living with HIV, … Continue reading

27. August 2009 by taliawhyte
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