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Would Martin Luther King, Jr. Have Supported HIV-Positive People? (Click to Read More)
The renowned civil rights leader died in 1968, long before we were aware of HIV — and its impact on the African-American community — and long before HIV stigma threatened the rights of those living with the virus. But, if King were alive today, would he join HIV activists in their efforts? We asked advocates to weigh in on King's legacy and HIV.