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Dispelling HIV/AIDS Myths in Black Community

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by Claudia Pryor

Claudia Pryor’s documentary explores the attitudes and awareness among Black youth in Pittsburgh about HIV/AIDS that will be the basis of a new curricula to dispel the myths surrounding Blacks with the disease.

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