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Author Topic: "A Day with HIV in America"  (Read 683 times)

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Offline edfu

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"A Day with HIV in America"
« on: December 01, 2010, 05:50:49 PM »
Positively Aware, a publication of Chicago's Test Postive Aware Network, presents a 100-photo essay:

http://www.adaywithhivinamerica.com/
"No one will ever be free so long as there are pestilences."--Albert Camus, "The Plague"

"Mankind can never be free until the last brick in the last church falls on the head of the last priest."--Voltaire

Granny60

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Re: "A Day with HIV in America"
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2010, 08:47:16 PM »
Anyone see the CBS news tonight with the story about the people in Chicago who adopted all the kids with HIV?  It was such a great story it brought tears to your eyes. I hope they expand on it and do a 60 minutes segment.

Offline tednlou2

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Re: "A Day with HIV in America"
« Reply #2 on: December 02, 2010, 01:04:19 AM »
Here is the report from CBS News.  These people look to be middle class--nice home, but nothing fancy.  I've always wondered how people afford to adopt.  I've heard each child can run around $20K at least.  Then, most places require you visit the country a few times with some requiring you to spend a certain amount of time there.  I'm sure plane tickets to Africa, China, Russia, etc aren't cheap.  I think more people would consider adoption, even kids with health issues, but many believe they could not afford it.  So, I always wonder how people of modest means do it. 

http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7108307n&tag=related;photovideo

 


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