“HIV/AIDS – Forty Years and Counting”

Forty years into the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the United States, African Americans continue to be disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS.

Black Women Have a New Way to Protect Themselves from HIV Infection

One in 32 Black women in the U.S. will be infected with HIV in her lifetime. And although the rate of new infections among Black women has decreased, new data show we continue to be far more affected by HIV than women of other races/ethnicities – after 30 plus years of the epidemic. However, we now have opportunities available that can be that light at the end of the tunnel and finally answer the question of “what will it take for Black women to get to zero new infections?” Trying to address the impact of HIV through attitude adjustment and