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What Does HIV Stigma Look Like in the U.S. South?

March 14, 2014

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Sabina Strat

Sabina Strat

Philadelphia Center, Shreveport, La.

If you mention stigma, I mention segregation. Segregation is not only racial, it's segregation based upon anything that shows a difference between one group of people and another group of people. And the "acceptable" group of people have values that they're not ready to negotiate in any way.




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