Episode 58: The Griot Museum of Black History's Impact HIV/AIDS Initiative

Episode 58: The Griot Museum of Black History's Impact HIV/AIDS Initiative

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In 1969, a St. Louis teen named Robert Rayford became the first person in America known to have died of HIV/AIDS. His story was the starting point for Impact HIV/AIDS, a longterm initiative launched last year by the Griot Museum of Black History. The project combines art, culture, history, public health events, lectures and more, with the goal of documenting and raising awareness of the ongoing impact of HIV/AIDS on St. Louis' African American community. Stef Russell spoke with museum ... See More

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