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Haitians Marched Against AIDS Stigma In 1990 in Brooklyn, New York

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Haitians Marched Against AIDS Stigma In 1990 in Brooklyn, New York

Here is a picture of the great Haitians Marched Against AIDS Stigma In 1990 in Brooklyn, New York.

It was April 20, 1990 when the Haitian community in New York made history - Over 100,000 Haitians poured across the Brooklyn Bridge and tied up downtown Manhattan to protest against an act most people think is discriminatory. When the AIDS epidemic came, there was a recommendation by the United States, FDA to exclude all Haitians from donating blood because they were supposedly more at risk of HIV infection

Tags: Health, hiv, health care, disease, Sexually transmitted Disease, HIV- AIDS

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