In the Year 2525 We recall 10 important news stories that broke in 2006, the year AIDS turned 25.
December 13, 2006
Socks? Check. Passport? Check. HIV meds? Hmm...
Perhaps you’re packing for a trip to the U.S. and find yourself confused by President Bush’s World AIDS Day promise to ease the 1987 law barring HIV positive foreigners from crossing U.S. borders. Dare you finally consider that trip to Disneyland or that New Orleans AIDS conference?
December 05, 2006
On the Town With Marvelyn Brown: A World AIDS Day Diary 8:30 a.m. I am lingering in the bathroom with French vanilla coffee in my “Black Is Beautiful” mug when a pair of boots leaves Marvelyn Brown’s bedroom and hits the hallway floor. “Which ones should I wear?” my amazingly awake 22-year-old Tennesseean roommate asks me.
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