The Color of AIDS | NBC Chicago
Saturday, Jul 9, 2011

White House, City Honor AIDS Foundation Leader

White House, City Honor AIDS Foundation Leader

David Munar named a "Champion of Change" by President Barack Obama last month.

Wednesday, Feb 10, 2010

Chicago AIDS Testing, Support Resources

Chicago AIDS Testing, Support Resources

Knowledge is key, and our list of resources provides information on local prevention efforts as well as organizations for support and testing.

Sunday, Feb 7, 2010

The Face of Aids

The Face of Aids

An overview of HIV/AIDS in communities of color including interviews with leading Infectious disease doctors and statitics about people living with the virus/disease.

Tuesday, Feb 9, 2010

Teen Diagnosed With AIDS on Her Birthday

Teen Diagnosed With AIDS on Her Birthday

Jennifer says her boyfriend infected and abandoned her. Now she's on a mission to educate young people.

Wednesday, Feb 10, 2010

"Down Low" Often Brings High Risk

"Down Low" Often Brings High Risk

Men who identify as straight but have secret sex with men are putting their partners at risk.

Thursday, Feb 11, 2010

Evany's Turning Point

Evany's Turning Point

Woman infected with HIV by boyfriend she suspects was on the "down low" urges vigilance, awareness.

Thursday, Feb 11, 2010

The Latino Perspective

The Latino Perspective

HIV infections among Latinos are three times what they are for whites.

Friday, Feb 12, 2010

Wedded Betrayal

Wedded Betrayal

A woman turns her anger into advocacy after marrying a man who lied about his HIV status.

Thursday, Feb 11, 2010

The Church's Role

The Church's Role

A Hyde Park pastor says churches aren't talking enough about sexuality and HIV/AIDS.

Friday, Feb 5, 2010

In Chicago, Black HIV Infections More Than Double Whites, Hispanics

In Chicago, Black HIV Infections More Than Double Whites, Hispanics

A Hyde Park pastor says churches aren't talking enough about sexuality and HIV/AIDS.

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