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Elaine Archie-Booker

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AIDS cases are growing faster among African-American women than for any other ethnicity-gender group. Until a vaccine or cure is available, education offers the primary means to control education. In this paper, I examine a community-based AIDS education provider to determine to what extent were their programs culturally relevant for African-American women.

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The politics of planning culturally relevant AIDS education for African-American women.

AIDS cases are growing faster among African-American women than for any other ethnicity-gender group. Until a vaccine or cure is available, education offers the primary means to control education. In this paper, I examine a community-based AIDS education provider to determine to what extent were their programs culturally relevant for African-American women.