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African American women and HIV/AIDS : critical responses
Gilbert, Dorie J.
Publication Information:
Westport, Conn. : Praeger, [2003]

Physical Description:
xvi, 269 pages ; 24 cm
The sociocultural construction of AIDS among African American women / Dorie J. Gilbert -- Deep from within the well: voices of African American women living with HIV/AIDS / Ednita M. Wright -- Substance abuse and African Americans: the need for Africentric-based substance abuse treatment models / Cheryl Tawede Grills -- HIV-positive African American women and their families: barriers to effective family coping / Sharon E. Williams -- African American HIV-affected children and adolescents: intersecting vulnerabilities / Dorie J. Gilbert -- Focus on solutions: Harlem Dowling-West Side Center for Children and Family Services: a comprehensive response to working with HIV-Affected children and families / Melba Butler and Chedgzsey Smith-McKeever -- Life transformations of HIV-positive African American women: theories and evidence of change / Mildred Williamson -- Making a way out of no way: spiritual coping for HIV-positive African American women / Ednita M. Wright -- Focus on Solutions: black churches respond to AIDs: interview with Pernessa C. Seele, founder and CEO of The balm in Gilead / Dorie J. Gilbert -- African American adolescent girls: neglected and disrespected / Ella Mizzell Kelly -- Focus on solutions: a culturally sensitive, computer-based AIDS prevention program targeting African American women on college campuses / Heather A. Katz -- Culturally grounded responses: HIV/AIDS practice and counseling issues for African American women / Patricia Stewart -- Focus on solutions: blacks assisting blacks against AIDS: taking care of our own / Dana Williams -- HIV/AIDS policy and African American women / Tonya E. Perry.

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