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African American Women and HIV/AIDS: Critical Responses 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0275971274
ISBN-10: 0275971279
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"An outstanding book that brings forth the issues that are confronting the Black communities throughout the United States. Researchers will be able to build on what is presented and present new ideas on how to combat this disease in the urban and poor areas of the United States where so many of the Blacks now reside. Highly recommended for all academic libraries."-Aids Book Review Journal

"This book is chock-full of very bad news. This book puts the pandemic right in your face, and it becomes harder to turn away. Yet I emerged from it feeling energized, because it is a call to action, a homage to hope, a celebration of survival. It is a book of revelation, restoration, and resilience."-Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services

"Gilbert and Cornell University dean Wright have collected 15 well-researched articles on the state of African American women affected by HIV/AIDS. The essays address socioeconomic factors surrounding the epidemic and explain programs that have been successful in fighting the spread of the disease. Most appropriate for academic and health sciences libraries."-Library Journal

?This book is chock-full of very bad news. This book puts the pandemic right in your face, and it becomes harder to turn away. Yet I emerged from it feeling energized, because it is a call to action, a homage to hope, a celebration of survival. It is a book of revelation, restoration, and resilience.?-Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services

?Gilbert and Cornell University dean Wright have collected 15 well-researched articles on the state of African American women affected by HIV/AIDS. The essays address socioeconomic factors surrounding the epidemic and explain programs that have been successful in fighting the spread of the disease. Most appropriate for academic and health sciences libraries.?-Library Journal

?An outstanding book that brings forth the issues that are confronting the Black communities throughout the United States. Researchers will be able to build on what is presented and present new ideas on how to combat this disease in the urban and poor areas of the United States where so many of the Blacks now reside. Highly recommended for all academic libraries.?-Aids Book Review Journal

About the Author

DORIE J. GILBERT is Assistant Professor at the Center for Social Work Research, University of Texas, Austin. She is co-editor of Bulletin of HIV/AIDS in Social Work.

EDNITA M. WRIGHT is Director of Diversity and Outreach Services for Gannett Health Center, Cornell University.

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