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COVID-19 vs. HIV/AIDS: The Politics of Public Health

By Antonio Foushee Edited by Maia D. (they/them)

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Did you know that having HIV/AIDS can pose legal threats in 37states? During the beginning of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, in the 1980s, legislation was passed in an attempt to “curb the spread” of the disease. As we deal with the current COVID-19 pandemic, some not only fight legislation that could help stop the spread, but roll

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Maia D. (they/them)

Maia D. (they/them)

Creator, Convivial Culture | Professional Dabbler | Disability Justice + Mental Health Activist | "Artist" | RPG Novice | M.A. Bioethics | Cleveland, OH