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External link A heightened national response to the HIV/AIDS crisis among African Americans[PDF, 3.7MB]
HIV/AIDS is a threat to the health and well-being of many communities in the United States, but for African Americans, HIV/AIDS is a major health crisis.
External link Updated HIV Fact Sheets from the Kaiser Family Foundation Exit Disclaimer
The Kaiser Family Foundation released in July 2007 three updated fact sheets on Black Americans, Latinos, and Women and HIV/AIDS.
External linkpdf file HRSA Care Action: HIV Disease in Women of Color
This newsletter contains information and data highlighting and explaining the relationship between women of color and HIV/AIDS.
External linkpdf file HRSA Care Action: HIV/AIDS in Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Newsletter contains information and data highlighting and explaining the relation between HIV/AIDS and racial/ethnic minorities.
External linkpdf file On the Front Lines: Fighting HIV/AIDS in African-American Communities [PDF | 1MB]
This brochure looks at community, Federal and faith-based efforts to prevent HIV/AIDS in African Americans.
External linkpdf file Your Rights as a Person with HIV Infection and/or Related Condition (in Federally Funded Health and Human Service Programs)
This fact sheet from the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) looks at Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which protects individuals with HIV/AIDS from discrimination.

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