HIV/AIDS SURVIVAL RESOURCES FOR THE PEOPLE
(Continued from PART I). . .
ALSO FIND PART III AT THIS LINK.
IN DEEP APPRECIATION OF BLACK HIV/AIDS AWARENESS DAY
MICROSCOPIC LYNCHING: AIDS AND THE BLACK COMMUNITY
LIVING WITH HIV?
(Young Sisters Speak)
Living With HIV at femmixx.com
BLACK WOMEN AND HIV/AIDS FEATURE DOCUMENTARY PROJECT
The Story of Queen Shadonna Moniques Upshaw
FINGERNAILS ACROSS THE CHALKBOARD
POETRY AND PROSE ON HIV/AIDS FROM THE BLACK DIASPORA
Poetry and Prose on HIV/AIDS From the Black Diaspora
AIDS DISCRIMINATION IS DEADLY
Aids Discrimination is Deadly
HIV/AIDS AND THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY
TAVIS SMILEY, NPR
HIV/AIDS and the Black Community
"WHITE PEOPLE WANT TO WIPE US OUT"
RESEARCHER, AUTHOR INSISTS AIDS A WEAPON OF GENOCIDE
Researcher Says Weapon of Genocide
FIND A FRIEND AND GET TESTED, IT'S BETTER TO KNOW
TO BE BLACK? AND TO BE OPEN
To Be Black? and To Be Open
BEFORE YOU GET IN BED
BLACK WOMEN AND HIV/AIDS
Black Women and HIV/AIDS
CAMPUS GROUPS DISCUSSIONS
Campus Group Discussions)
BLACK COLLEGES SEEK TO STEM HIV
Black Colleges Seek to Stem HIV
BLACK WOMEN, GIRLS AND HIV/AIDS: THE UNIVERSITY AS A SITE FOR RESOURCE MOBILIZATION . . .
The University as a Site for Resource Mobilization . . .
HIV DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE
"Maybe it was something in your kiss that was the impetus to make me rethink this . . . "
I was really concerned about this one because it really is pretty insensitive to people who are living with HIV. But, this is a piece done by a young Brother, Michael Franti who is communicating his fears in the best way he knows how. And I think that may translate for some who are still acting without thinking - which is the primary aim.
To my Brothers and Sisters with HIV or AIDS, I know you can endure this bit of youthful insensitivity it it'll serve as just the right alert for someone - at just the right time.
Thanks for your patience.
BLACK BROTHERS ESTEEM
Black Brothers Esteem
AIDS IN BLACK AMERICA
A PRODUCT OF DEEP POVERTY, DESPAIR AND DISCRIMINATION
Poverty, Despair and Discrimination
BLACK AFRICA WAS BOMBED WITH AIDS
Bombed With AIDS
THE NEW STORY OF THE SOUTH
"Those diseases facilitate HIV, it makes it easier to get HIV and give HIV when you have one of these other sexually transmitted diseases."
"The odds that the person is already infected are high."
"80 Black men for every 100 Black women"
"Of all women newly infected with HIV in the U.S, sixty-eight percent (68%) are Black women.
IMAM AIMS TO BREAK TABOO
Breaking The Taboo
THE SECRET EPIDEMIC
The Secret Epidemic
Queen Latifah Interview
(At Uprising Radio)
POSITIVELY RACIST: HIV/AIDS, RACISM AND IMMIGRATION CONTROLS
INDIGENOUS PEOPLE SPEAK OUT CLEARLY ON AIDS
Speak Out Clearly
FREETOWN, SIERRA LEONE
terryhowcott.com promotes abstinence and protection for our youth.
THE BLACK CHURCH AND AIDS
Black Church and AIDS
NO AIDS IN THE WHITE COMMUNITY
No AIDS Among Whites"
The Ever Constant Congresswoman Barbara Lee
AIDS IN AFRICA: WHAT'S REALLY GOING ON
What' Really Going On
AIDS IN AMERICA: RACISM, POVERTY, BIGOTRY
Racism, Poverty, Bigotry
WANGARI MATTHAI DISMISSES "BIOWEAPON" FLAP
"Do not be naive. AIDS is not a curse from God to Africans or to black people."
Do Not Be Naive
Be HIV Free
CORETTA SCOTT KING
AIDS MEMORIAL QUILT SPEECH
AID Memorial Quilt Speech
THE CURE ON BLACK AIDS DAY
The Cure on Black AIDS Day
BLACK WOMEN FIGHT AIDS
Black Women Fight AIDS
BLACK AIDS - BEATING THE ODDS
Interview with Hard Knock Radio's Anita Johnson
Hard Knock Radio's Anita Johnson
Be Aware, Take Care
AIDS AND FAMILY
"When I want to eat, I have to look for a man."
Aids and Family
AIDS KILLING AFRICA'S SOLDIERS
Don't Give Up
Kenya, Uganda . . .
NEW FINDINGS ON HIV SHOULD SPARK FRESH EFFORTS
New Findings on HIV
WE MUST MOUNT A GLOBAL ATTACK ON AIDS
Global Attack on AIDS
US NEGLECTING ITS OWN BLACK AID EPIDEMIC
Alicia Keys: Journey to the Motherland
THE FEMINIZATION OF AIDS
What is a Woman' Worth
S. AFRICA: WOMEN, AIDS, AND VIOLENCE
Women, AIDS, and Violence
THE VOICE OF REASON
Scenarios From the Sahel
(On women being infected by their partners on the historic "Down Low")
Thumbnail and primary photo is of Rimba, a brilliant and serious college student shedding cultural tears for her people.
(Continued from Part I). . .
Also, find Part III at this link.
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