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AID Atlanta Launches "From Where I Stand" African-American HIV Awareness Campaign

April 19, 2012

"From Where I Stand" -- a social marketing outreach targeting younger African-American gay men to increase "positive identity development" and fight HIV/AIDS-related stigma -- will be launched by AID Atlanta on Friday, April 20. The campaign seeks to encourage more young black men to become involved in the fight against the epidemic, AID Atlanta said. The launch event will take place 7-8:30 p.m. at the Evolution Project, 583 Juniper St. #1 in Atlanta. For more information, visit

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Adapted from:
Georgia Voice (Atlanta)
04.16.2012; Ryan Watkins

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