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10 Black HIV/AIDS Advocates Who Are Making a Difference

April 2, 2012


Kali Lindsey

Kali Lindsey, Director of Legislative and Public Affairs, National Minority AIDS Council, Washington, D.C., Diagnosed in 2003

Kali Lindsey, diagnosed at 23, is one of the busiest and hardest working HIV advocates today. In addition to being co-chair of numerous committees, his work at the National Minority AIDS Council includes working with national and regional partners to influence health care reform that will provide better access to care for people, especially black MSM.

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