HIV/AIDS in the African-American Community: Viewpoints
EndGame: Part One Game ...: A Blog Entry by Rae Lewis-Thornton (July 11, 2012)
"It was one of the most balanced documentaries on AIDS in the Black Community I have seen to date, with one exception. People continue to say that Black Civil Rights Leaders were slow to speak up on AIDS. That is NOT totally true."
Bishop Joyce Turner Keller: Where You At? A Blog Entry by Robert Breining (January 20, 2012)
"Bishop Joyce has lofted the term 'southern hospitality' to an entirely new level. She is not only the founder and CEO of Aspirations, a non-profit faith-based community service organization, but someone who is living with HIV/AIDS herself, and has dedicated herself to educating, supporting and inspiring others living with HIV/AIDS throughout the nation."
Will This Generation's Magic Johnson Please Stand Up? (November 3, 2011)
Twenty years after Magic Johnson disclosed his HIV status, we're starving for a straight, HIV-positive celebrity who can be this generation's role model. Our news editor Kellee Terrell asks: "What will it take for him to come forward?"
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