Black and Latino AIDS Coalition of NY: Working to stop the spread

July 1999
New York Amsterdam News;07/22/99, Vol. 90 Issue 30, p16
Focuses on the Black and Latino AIDS Coalition of New York's campaign to stop the spread of AIDS among Hispanic American and Afro-American people. Incidence of AIDS among the black community; Pitfalls of treating AIDS as a `gay man's disease'; Collaboration with black churches to educate people about AIDS and how to prevent it.


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