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Wilhemina Dixon, the Grandmother

Wilhemina has five family members living with HIV

Dayshal Dicks

A typical teenager in a small town, dealing with atypical 

growing pains. 

Bambi Gaddist (South Carolina HIV/AIDS Council)

This CNN hero wants to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS in South Carolina. She places HIV in a historical context. 


Bambi Gaddist (2)

It's easier to blame the victim than to deal with the responsibility. 

Vivian Clark-Armstead (South Carolina HIV/AIDS Council)

Explains why the end of AIDS would mean Utopia. 


Monique Hosendove (Positive Voices)

Monique remembers the day she received her diagnosis. 


Dr. Robert Ball

Dr. Ball diagnosed the first case of AIDS in South Carolina. Here, he diagnoses why, 30 years later, AIDS remains a problem for African-Americans.

Dr. Wayne Duffus (Centers for Disease Control; Former Director, SC STD Surveillance)

An "it's not my problem" attitude is leaving black women vulnerable and complicatin the job for public health officials.

Joe Neal (D-Richmond County)

South Carolina is one of 26 states that will not adopt Obamacare. Who’s left out? What happens to them? This state representative from Columbia, SC explains. 


World AIDS Day: End AIDS Now 2013

Men living with HIV/AIDS in New York City say it’s important to speak out. 

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