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You Can’t Get AIDS from…

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We didn’t think we could get AIDS!, 1987

This sobering statistic from 1987 offered one local example of the disproportionate affect AIDS had on black communities. In 2012, AIDS was the primary killer of African Americans aged 19 to 44.

  • Publisher(s):
    Health Education Resource Organization
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Black and white photograph of an African American man and woman looking to the right.