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Black Churches And HIV: 'Sex Is A Reality ... We Gotta Deal With It'

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African-Americans are the racial group most affected by HIV in the U.S., and many black churches are stepping in to do something about it. Pastor Timothy Sloan of Texas talks with host Michel Martin about destigmatizing the disease from the pulpit.
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