Biden HIV/AIDS strategy calls racism ‘public health threat’

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Biden in his new administration HIV / AIDS The strategy calls racism “a public health threat” that must be fully recognized as the world seeks to end the pandemic.

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Strategy released on Wednesday on the annual commemoration of world AIDS Day It is meant to serve as a framework for how the administration wants to shape its policies, research, programs and planning over the next three years.

The new strategy claims that racial and ethnic health inequalities resulting from “structural inequalities are serious, far-reaching and unacceptable” over generations.

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To reduce inequalities, the strategy includes calls to support, focus on the needs of disparately affected populations racial justice, combating HIV-related stigma and discrimination and providing leadership and employment opportunities for those who experience HIV exposure.

Biden in his new administration HIV / AIDS The strategy calls racism “a public health threat” that must be fully recognized as the world seeks to end the pandemic.

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Strategy released on Wednesday on the annual commemoration of world AIDS Day It is meant to serve as a framework for how the administration wants to shape its policies, research, programs and planning over the next three years.

The new strategy claims that racial and ethnic health inequalities resulting from “structural inequalities are serious, far-reaching and unacceptable” over generations.

To reduce inequalities, the strategy includes calls to support, focus on the needs of disparately affected populations racial justice, combating HIV-related stigma and discrimination and providing leadership and employment opportunities for those who experience HIV exposure.

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