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Black AIDS Institute leader Phill Wilson: HIV/AIDS ‘is an epidemic that impacts all of us’
Black AIDS Institute President and CEO Phill Wilson, AIDS United President and CEO Jesse Milan, Jr. and Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.), discuss why they think the fight against HIV/AIDS is everyone's responsibility, and why the epidemic impacts even those who do not personally have the disease.
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