Rosin, Hanna
June 1995
New Republic;6/5/95, Vol. 212 Issue 23, p21
Discusses how AIDS and HIV have been able to make inroads in poor African Americans. Reason a lot of people would prefer not knowing that they are HIV-positive or have AIDS-related disease; Factors that make it harder to mount an effective, communal response; Musings on the origin of the virus.


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