Silence Equals Death: The Response to AIDS Within Communities of Color
Johnson, Paula C.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW 1992; (4): 1075-1083
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
THE M&M PARADOX: HOW THE SEEMINGLY POSITIVE MODEL MINORITY MYTH INHIBITS ASIAN AMERICAN COMMUNITIES WITHIN THE HIV/AIDS EPIDEMIC Lee, Hyun (Georgetown University, 2017-04-19)For years Asian American communities and individuals have been largely overlooked by the public health system. Especially within the context of HIV/AIDS, Asian Americans have historically lacked a strong voice and ...
Community-based dialogue: engaging communities of color in the United States' genetics policy conversation. Bonham, Vence L.; Citrin, Toby; Modell, Stephen M.; Franklin, Tené Hamilton; Bleicher, Esther W.B.; Fleck, Leonard M. (2009-06)Engaging communities of color in the genetics public policy conversation is important for the translation of genetics research into strategies aimed at improving the health of all. Implementing model public participation ...