NIA Plan: Fighting to stop AIDS in our communities

December 1999
New York Amsterdam News;12/09/99, Vol. 90 Issue 50, p14
Features the NIA Plan, an initiative to empower blacks to reduce the spread of AIDS in the United States. Meaning of the word `NIA' in Swahili; Afro-Americans' share of new AIDS cases; Goals, members and Web site of the plan.


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