African American Women and HIV/AIDS: Critical Responses

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6.Focus on Solutions: Harlem Dowling–West Side Center for Children and Family Services: A Comprehensive Response to Working with HIV-Affected Children and Families Melba Butler and Chedgzsey Smith-McKeever101
7.Life Transformations of HIV-Positive African American Women: Theories and Evidence of Change Mildred Williamson107
8.Making a Way Out of No Way: Spiritual Coping for HIV-Positive African American Women Ednita M. Wright139
9.Focus on Solutions: Black Churches Respond to AIDS: Interview with Pernessa C. Seele, Founder and CEO of The Balm In Gilead Dorie J. Gilbert153
III.AFRICAN AMERICAN ADOLESCENT FEMALES: INVISIBLE AND AT RISK159
10.African American Adolescent Girls: Neglected and Disrespected Ella Mizzell Kelly163
11.Focus on Solutions: A Community-Based Mother/Daughter HIV Risk-Reduction Intervention Barbara L. Dancy183
12.Focus on Solutions: A Culturally Sensitive, Computer-Based AIDS Prevention Program Targeting African American Women on College Campuses Heather A. Katz191
IV.COMMUNITY AND POLICY ACTION: A CALL TO ACTION201
13.Culturally Grounded Responses: HIV/AIDS Practice and Counseling Issues for African American Women Patricia Stewart205
14.Focus on Solutions: Blacks Assisting Blacks Against AIDS: Taking Care of Our Own Dana Williams221
15.HIV/AIDS Policy and African American Women Tonya E. Perry225
Index249
About the Editors and Contributors263

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