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National Newspaper Publishers Association

As part of the National Newspaper Publishers Association’s commitment to the CDC’s Act Against AIDS campaign, and as a member of the Black AIDS Media Partnership (BAMP), the NNPA is pleased to bring you a multi-media series by award-winning journalist George Curry that takes an up-close and personal look at HIV/AIDS in Black America.

The NNPA is working with the Kaiser Family Foundation, a BAMP organizing partner, to produce corresponding video interviews to accompany the editorial series. These articles and accompanying videos have been made available rights-free for NNPA print and online editorial.

We hope that you will find these interviews useful in bringing your readers’ attention to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the United States.

Rae Lewis-Thornton

Bobby Henry

Phill Wilson

You can find the full video series on the Black AIDS Media Partnership YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/BlackAIDSMedia

Rae Lewis-Thornton

Article: Rae Lewis-Thornton: The Face of AIDS – Part One (Word file)

Article: Rae Lewis-Thornton: The Face of AIDS – Part Two (Word file)

Bobby Henry

Article: Publisher Bobby Henry: When Daddy’s Little Girl is HIV Positive (Word file)

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Phill Wilson

Article: AIDS Activist Phill Wilson Works Tirelessly For A Better World (Word file)

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The Black AIDS Media Partnership (BAMP) is a sustained commitment among major U.S. media companies to work together to address the AIDS crisis facing Black Americans. Organized as part of Act Against AIDS, the effort is helping refocus national attention on the HIV/AIDS crisis in the U.S., the Partnership is undertaking a coordinated campaign presented under a common brand – GREATER THAN AIDS – to reach Black Americans with lifesaving information about HIV and AIDS and confront the stigma surrounding the disease.

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