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Addressing the Needs of Black Women in HIV Prevention in the U.S.

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This infographic demonstrates some of the risk factors that contribute to higher HIV infection rates in American Black women, including classism, racism, and sexism. It illustrates that one in every 32 black women will be diagnosed with HIV, compared to one in 526 white women. It provides recommendations for HIV prevention interventions and gives additional resources. The infographic is also available as a jpg at http://www.aidsetc.org/resource/addressing-needs-black-women-hiv-prevention-us-infographic.
Audiences:
African Americans/Blacks
Persons with HIV/AIDS
Population:
African Americans
Women
Focus Area:
HIV and AIDS
Topics/Subjects:
Transmission
Subjects:
African Americans/Blacks
Gender Factors
Women
Women with HIV/AIDS
Publication Date:
2015
Format:
Poster
1 poster: col., 8.5 x 11 in.
Last Updated Date:
Publication ID:
36125