AID Atlanta’s moving response to startling HIV stats [video]

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imageThose troubling HIV numbers out this week showing a nearly 48 percent rise in HIV infections among black gay men over a four-year period? AID Atlanta‘s Evolution Center and Eight Peace Productions have an empowering response.

AID Atlanta’s Charles Stephens tells Living Out Loud with Darian that “the video was created to focus on the resilience of young black gay men.”

“From Where I Stand” is a little dose of encouragement in the face of the sobering reality about how HIV still impacts gay men, especially those of color.


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