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Health Hero: Empowering Black Women to Talk About Safe Sex and Stigma
Luvvie Ajayi’s Red Pump Project reminds us that HIV is 100 percent preventable....


Black Mental Health: 3 Myths That Hurt Us
How stigma around mental health harms African-Americans....


U.S. Adds $150 Million to Fight AIDS, Targets Stigma
The U.S. is adding an extra $150 million to the global AIDS fight, with a first step toward reachin...


Jamar Rogers: We Need Visible People With HIV
The CDC is working to overcome the stigma of being diagnosed with HIV....


Black Doctors Shy About Recommending HIV Tests
Despite the fact that it’s wildly important, HIV is a subject many African-American physicians are ...


Rumor Control: Can I Contract HIV From an Experimental AIDS Vaccine?
Researchers encourage more Blacks to enroll in clinical trials of experimental AIDS vaccines in ord...


Researchers Criticize AIDS Spending, Stigma
Researchers Criticize AIDS Spending | Stigma...


World AIDS Day: Eliminating the Stigma of Getting Tested
(www.BlackDoctor.org) -- Twenty years ago, when I would encourage many black men and women to get t...


In a Tough Economy, Old Stigmas Fall Away
In a Tough Economy | Old Stigmas Fall Away...


Why Tyler Perry and HIV Storylines Shouldn't Mix
Tyler Perry's new movie, Temptation, completely perpetuates the HIV stigma that plagues the Black c...


Commentary: It's Time to End the Criminalization of HIV
Who's responsibility is it to keep you HIV-negative?...


Even Second Graders Know About Discrimination
New research suggests that young children can feel the sting of racial and ethnic stigmatization....


Duke Lacrosse Accuser Charged With Murder
Crystal Mangum, the woman who falsely accused three Duke lacrosse players of raping her, has been c...


News| HIVAIDS | The Global Face of AIDS: Women Dying At Alarming Rate
Posted June 9, 2006 – When she was 19 years old, Inviolata Mwali Mmbwavi discovered she had AIDS. H...


Health Care Workers Still Shun HIV/AIDS Patients | News | BET.com
Posted Feb. 21, 2008 - Some health-care personnel, when they must treat or care for a person with H...


Gucci Mane to Chief Keef: Try Not to Do the Same Things I Did
Brick Squad founder gets reflective about new signee Chief Keef....


Foursquare, MTV to Reward STD Checkups With Badge
NEW YORK (AP) — You can "check in" to restaurants and bars, so how about health clinics while...


National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: A Time For Reflection
Yesterday (February 7) was National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, a day dedicated to continuin...


Novelist Sapphire on Child Abuse: “We Need to Come Out of Denial”
In her new book released earlier this year entitled "The Kid," Sapphire continues to explore the to...


Why HIV/AIDS Has Become A Silent Enemy To Southern Blacks
Posted Aug. 18, 2008 – African-Americans make up 22 percent of North Carolina's population but are ...

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