It’s National Women and Girl HIV/AIDS Awareness Week and although numbers are decreasing, African American women still have the highest rate of developing the sexual transmitted infection. Valerie Rochester, director of Black Women’s Health Imperative, joins “The Russ Parr Morning Show” to discuss what Black women can do to decrease HIV rates. Listen to the audio player to get shocking statistics, prevention tips, and what message is resonating in the Black community.
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