HIV/AIDS Stigmatized Among African-Americans
AIDS patient Michael Campbell, 58, receives his daily dose of medication at Broadway House for Continuing care, New Jersey's only specialized nursing facility for people living with HIV/AIDS, in Newark, New Jersey.
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#1 Jul 18, 2014
So sad, in several books Ive read including Articles they point to BM behaviors and making their sexual rounds with different women all the time as well as drugs is why the Black community has the highest pop of AIDS/HIV
1 in 7 Black mostly Black males have HIV/AIDS in most of the Major Chocolate cities. Unlike other races of men Black males deal with different social classes....another words an Uneducated BM will deal with a middle class woman or an educated Black man general goes back to his roorts and deals with high risk women in low-income areas in order to not have any personal responsibility to any one woman
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