This edition: Hon. C. Virginia Fields, Pres./CEO, National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, "Be Informed"Tweet
Original tape date: September 14, 2012.
First aired: October 1, 2012.
AIDS remains the leading cause of death among black women between 25-34 years and the second leading cause of death in black men between 35-44 years. According to the CDC report, black Americans are seven times more likely than white Americans to become newly infected with HIV. The NBLCA educates, organizes and empowers Black leaders to meet the challenge of fighting HIV/AIDS and other health disparities. Be informed.
Watch this episode of African American Legends as Dr. Brown sits with President & C.E.O of the National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Hon. C. Virginia Fields to discuss how the NBLCA is working to fight this epidemic in Black America. It can change and save your life.
Dr. Roscoe C. Brown, Jr. Director, Urban Education Policy Center, CUNY Graduate Center.
C. Virginia Fields President & CEO, National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS
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