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HIV/AIDS Prevention Summit
By Sentinel News Service
Published June 17, 2010

 

HIV/AIDS Prevention Summit
SUMMIT PARTICIPANTS – Participants at the Knock at Midnight HIV/AIDS Prevention Summit were (from left): Shavon L. Arline, national health deputy of the NAACP; Mario J. Pérez,, director Los Angeles County Office of AIDS Policy & Programs; Booker T. Daniels, II, health communication campaign manager, Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Carolynn Martin, president, National Council of Negro Women (NCNW), View Park Section and program manager, Women Alive Coalition, Inc.; Amelia J. Cobb, principal/director, Partnership to Reduce Intimate Partner Violence and HIV; Stephen D. Simon, city of Los Angeles AIDS Coordinator’s Office; Carrie Broadus, executive director, Women Alive Coalition, Inc. and Willis Edwards, national board member, NAACP.  (Photo by Malcolm Ali)

 

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