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The Color of AIDS: Bringing “Risk” Up to Date (encore edition)

The percentage of cases of women living with HIV has tripled in the past 20 years, and women of color are most affected. Generating more relevant prevention models is literally a matter of life and death, especially for women of color.

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The Color of AIDS: Bringing “Risk” Up to Date

Those on the front lines of the grassroots HIV/AIDS movement bring the discussion about HIV risk up to date. They say generating more relevant prevention models is literally a matter of life and death, especially for women of color.

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25 Years of AIDS: Global Voices (encore edition)

It’s been 25 years since the start of the AIDS epidemic. This week on Making Contact, a special collaboration with Human Rights Watch, we’ll hear stories from positive people and activists in the places worst hit by the epidemic.

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25 Years of AIDS: Global Voices

It’s been 25 years since the start of the AIDS epidemic. This week on Making Contact, a special collaboration with Human Rights Watch, we’ll hear stories from positive people and activists in the places worst hit by the epidemic.

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Rethinking AIDS Treatment: The Brazilian Model (encore edition)

Independent producer Reese Erlich reports from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil about grassroots groups who have successfully educated sex workers and many others on the dangers of AIDS.

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Rethinking AIDS Treatment: The Brazilian Model

American activists say we have a lot to learn from Brazil–from grassroot sex education and free medicine for anyone who is HIV positive.

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