Blacks & HIV: Who’s Really To Blame?

A group of people talking at a casual eventEven though Blacks account for 14 percent of the population, they make up more than half of all new HIV infections.


After all these years, after all the studies, after all the PSAs, after all the information, it seems that we need to do a better job coming to terms with ourselves and why our community is still at risk.

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The Why’s…

  • More people need to use condoms more often (in casual, at-risk and long-term relationships)
  • More people need to be tested more often.
  • More people need to begin treatment immediately if they test positive.

Experts have even commented that many have difficulty embracing the concept of delayed gratification, which often leads to making riskier, more dangerous, and irresponsible choices.