“As a Black person, I often felt a strange isolation in having AIDS. I knew that half the PWAs in the Washington, D.C. area were Black but I rarely saw them- not at the research centers, the clinics, the doctors’ offices, or at the support groups.” -Frederick Garnett¬†

Black gay men have been present in the HIV movement since its inception, yet the community has always been disproportionately impacted. 

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