NAACP Issues HIV-Aids Manual For Black Churches
by: Cheryl Corley, NPR, July 10, 2012 3:07:00 am
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African-Americans suffer some of the highest rates of HIV and Aids in the country. The NAACP says it's time for one of the most important institutions in the African-American community, the black church, to help combat those numbers. The NAACP has released a manual especially designed for clergy to assist in discussions about HIV-AIDS as a social justice issue with their parishioners.
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