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april 28, 2012. 
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Read Wesley's Story

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He survived imprisonment.  He survived being "different".  He survived being diagnosed with HIV and living on the streets homeless for eight years.  He survived being diagnosed with full blown AIDS.  He IS a survivor! 
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Read Gertrude's Story

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I started crying and I walked out my back door and stood under the tree there and I looked up to heaven and I said "God, I can't do this anymore" and God answered me immediately and what He said was...
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Statistics

We may not think about the number of people affected by HIV in America, but the numbers are shocking.  HIV and AIDS affects people of all shapes, sizes and ages.  Take a look at some of the statistics and see just how alarming this is.

 

  1. African Americans make up 13% of the population and are 50% of all new cases of HIV in America, 8x more than whites
  2. In America African American women are 23 x more likely to be infected with HIV/AIDS than white women
  3. In 2004 over 200,000 African Americans have died of AIDS.
  4. For the past 11 years AIDS has been the leading cause of death for African American women between the ages of 25-44 (childbearing age).
  5. There are now more than 1,000,000 (1,039,000) African Americans infected with AIDS.

 

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