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AIDS / Colleges / Leone Interview #751219

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Mar 21, 2004
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Washington: Christy Feig) Increasing HIV infections of African American men on college campuses, particularly in the Southeast, featured; statistics cited; details given about the phenomenon of heterosexual men spreading the AIDS virus by having unprotected gay sex and about the sex network on college campuses. [College student Christopher BOLDEN-NEWSOME†- says the majority of black gay men he knows do not identify with their sexual behavior.] [North Carolina Health Department Dr. Peter LEONE†- cites his concern that the problem spreads throughout the Southeast.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) Live interview held with Leone about the “down low” lifestyle leading to a new culture of AIDS. [LEONE – talks about the men not identifying themselves as gay.]

Lin, Carol;
Feig, Christy

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