Walk raises $125,000; donations still being accepted
By Jason A. Michael
Those doing the shouting and the stomping to raise HIVAIDS awareness are getting noticeably older. And as more and more Millennials begin to consider HIV a minor manageable disease, their absence at AIDS Walk Detroit has become apparent. They were not around when contracting HIV was considered a death sentence. They didn't witness the LGBT community being ravaged in the 1980s. They've never heard of AZT. Instead, they're coming of age in the era of drug cocktails and PrEP. Read More
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