Friday, December 1, 2006
A few resources for World AIDS Day.
The Center for Public Integrity, an group of investigative journalists, has released the results of its year-long study of the impact of President Bush's initiative to fight HIV/AIDS in countries around the world. The short version: Too little choice, too much ideology.
From the UU World archives, see Jonah Eller-Isaacs's first-person report on the way Africans are using music to respond to the HIV/AIDS pandemic. Meanwhile, UUA President Bill Sinkford spoke at a World AIDS Day event in Washington today; his remarks have been published at UUA.org.
("Divine intervention: U.S. AIDS policy abroad," Center for Public Integrity; "Bush's AIDS initiative: Too little choice, too much ideology," Wendell Rawls Jr, Center for Public Integrity 11.30.06; "Singing in the shadow of death," Jonah Eller-Isaacs, UU World Summer 2006; "Sinkford speaks at Washington DC World AIDS Day event; urges congressional action," UUA.org 12.1.06)
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