Africa: A matter of life and debt

Price, John
August 2001
New York Amsterdam News;8/9/2001, Vol. 92 Issue 32, p1
Reports on the prevalence of AIDS among blacks throughout Africa and Afro-Americans. Mortality rates of blacks throughout the African diaspora from AIDS; Epicenters of the AIDS epidemic; Comparison of the number of deaths from AIDS with those resulting from war.


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