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Black Women and HIV: The Numbers Don’t Show the Whole Picture, Part 2

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Let’s Continue the Conversation…

The Numbers Don’t Show the Whole Picture, Part 2 Black Women and HIV with Author, Psychologist and Professor Gail Wyatt, Ph.D.

Last month, a record breaking audience of more than 1,300 joined us to listen to two well-known authorities - Gail Wyatt, Ph.D., and Ravinia Hayes-Cozier – discuss the alarming HIV/AIDS numbers among Black women.

They shed light on why Black women are continuing to be infected, why we are afraid of talking about HIV and AIDS and why too many of us don’t know our HIV status.

Our experts answered many of your questions on air. But, after the show, the questions continued to pour in.

On Wednesday, July 21 at 3 p.m. EST, Dr. Gail Wyatt, author of Stolen Women, clinical psychologist, sex therapist, professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA and associate director of the UCLA AIDS Institute, will once again join us to continue the conversation and answer your questions.

Call 646-381-4662 beginning at 3 p.m. EST. to ask Dr. Wyatt your questions live on the air.

You can also send your questions prior to the show to asktheexpert@blackwomenshealth.org.

Mark your calendar and encourage a friend or family member to listen.

Visit www.BlackWomensHealth.ORG to listen to Part 1.