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Derrick Z. Jackson

On prisons, blacks, HIV

By Derrick Z. Jackson
August 19, 2006

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SEVENTEEN YEARS ago, time enough for a new generation to start the next generation, Robert Fullilove tried to warn the nation about the rising impact of AIDS on black people. He and his wife Mindy were researchers in San Francisco at the nation's largest research center of color that is working on AIDS. (Full article: 783 words)

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