How Black Women Have Fought the HIV Epidemic for Decades

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News release, HIV.gov.

Harold Phillips, director, White House Office of National AIDS Policy.

Daniel Royles, PhD, assistant professor of history, Florida International University; author of To Make the Wounded Whole: The African American Struggle against HIV/AIDS.

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United States Conference on AIDS, Washington, DC, Sept. 5-8, 2019.

Jeffrey Crowley, program director, Infectious Disease Initiatives, O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, Georgetown University; adjunct professor of law, Georgetown School of Law.

Leo Moore, MD, medical director of clinic services, Los Angeles Department of Public Health.

Black AIDS Institute: “We the People.”

Raniyah Copeland, former chief executive officer and president, Black AIDS Institute

United States Conference on HIV/AIDS, Virtual, Oct. 19-21, 2020.

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