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

March 14, 2014

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The Southern Series

Stigma can be anywhere -- and sometimes, it feels like it's everywhere. We asked people -- activists, care providers and community members -- what they thought about stigma in the U.S. South, an area that is burdened with a large portion of the country's HIV diagnoses and its HIV-related deaths. Because the key to fighting HIV lies in fighting stigma, we asked these people: "What do you think HIV stigma looks like in the South and how can we break it?"

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