The Secret Epidemic: The Story of AIDS And Black America
An investigation and social history of the AIDS epidemic among African Americans traces how the disease moved into and became pervasive throughout the black community and discusses the contributions of the public health system, the church, urban renewal, and the politics of race. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.
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Journalist Levenson (Vibe, the Oxford American) received an Open Society Institute grant to research this book, which he terms "an exploration of the interior experience of the black AIDS epidemic ... Read full review