Black women and HIV

According to the Center for Disease Control, 61% of women diagnosed with HIV in 2015 were African American. Why is this group so vulnerable to contracting the disease?

In this special program, “Black Women and HIV” by ACRIA's Love Heals Program, Deborah A. Levine, LCSW, Senior Director of the Love Heals Youth Education Program, talks with Health Educator Kim Canady of the Love Heal’s Speakers Bureau, Community Liaison Denise Drayton and Harlem United’s Director of Pediatric and Family Care Services, Dr. Alish Liggett, about the high number of black women with HIV, the stigma surrounding it and how we can prevent more black women from contracting HIV.