Black AIDS Institute Founder Commemorates U.S. Recognition Of AIDS Epidemic 1

Black AIDS Institute Founder Commemorates U.S. Recognition Of AIDS Epidemic

 

Forty years ago tomorrow, this country recognized the dawn of the AIDS epidemic that would go on to take the lives of nearly 35 million people worldwide. Phill Wilson, president and CEO of the Black AIDS Institute, joins our commemoration on The ReidOut.
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17 comments

  1. Joy please find out why Biden is hiding out with blaming Manchin, Sinema, Gop and parliamentarian to not do what he was elected to do. We’re frustrated. He needs to step up for the people! We voted for a president not an aisle crosser. GOP doesn’t care about us. Only corps. donations.

  2. NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE
    SERGEANT Robert Justin alford green where is my two daughters karee and Jahmela and their 7 children and what have you done to them.

  3. I lived in NYC during this time, and I’m here to tell you, it was a terrifying time. Friends died every week. We feared losing everything — our jobs, our homes, our lives, our families. No government response thanks in large part to then-president Ronald Reagan who wouldn’t even speak of this alarming development; only one of the myriad dastardly, gutless ways he ignored and demonized fellow Americans across the board. We’ve come a long way; we still have far to go.

  4. We must penalize the sponsors of the lying media. If you see a product advertisement on this channel… Don’t use it!

  5. I wish they would talk about children who were born with AIDS and their parents are long gone.

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