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Talk HIV on National HIV/AIDS Aging and Awareness Day

This was originally posted on the Farmworker Justice blog, Harvesting Justice, on Tuesday, September 18, 2012. It’s easy to avoid certain issues, and sweep any related conversations under the rug because many find it an uncomfortable topic to talk about. When it comes talking about HIV/AIDS and its impact on our aging communities, we cannot afford to let silence, stigma, and lack of awareness take over. What should really make all of us uncomfortable is the increasing number of older adults who are living with HIV/AIDS. In 2009, 23% of the people diagnosed with AIDS in the United States were ages 50+. What’s evenRead More