By Hugh B. Price
President, National Urban League
It's amazing to recall that at several different times during the horrifying and deadly match of AIDS across the globe in the past two decades, there seemed to be in some quarters a sense that AIDS was the disease of "those people," and therefore, not a problem "we" really needed to worry about.
At various times, "those people" were: homosexuals, or homosexuals and intravenous drug users; or homosexuals, intravenous drug users and African Americans; or homosexuals, intravenous drug users, African Americans, and Africans; or ...