The Modern HIV/AIDS Epidemic and Human Rights in the United States: A Lens into Lingering Gender, Race, and Health Disparities and Cutting Edge Approaches to Justice

@inproceedings{Kelly2012TheMH,
  title={The Modern HIV/AIDS Epidemic and Human Rights in the United States: A Lens into Lingering Gender, Race, and Health Disparities and Cutting Edge Approaches to Justice},
  author={Brook Kelly},
  year={2012}
}
Disparities experienced by women of color living with HIV are a lens through which the failures of current HIV policies and antidiscrimination laws to address racial, gender, disability, and economic disparities can be viewed. Research has confirmed what is already known by people living with HIV: The HIV epidemic is driven by the same social and structural factors that perpetuate current inequalities found in the United States, and as the epidemic shifted from a majority white, gay male… CONTINUE READING