Digest After Dark – Know Your Status…Or Revenge Celibacy

We talk with FAMU graduates James Bland and Angela “Myammee” Pitts about the culture and obligation of HBCU advocates in HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention. Bland and Pitts are advocates working on behalf of “Doing It,” an HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness campaign developed in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control.





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