Compassion, Peace, and Justice Unbound

E. Taylor Doctor

Demythologizing HIV/AIDS as the Gay Man’s Disease

Johnson C. Smith Theological Seminary student begins candid conversations about HIV/AIDS, sexuality, race, and faith community. This is the third article of a February 7–March 7, 2013, series of reflections from Johnson C. Smith’s first annual HIV competency training conference. … Continue reading

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Tabitha Bartelme

College Campus Begins HIV Testing and Counseling

Mental health counselor takes lessons learned from “AIDS Competent Churches and Church Leaders” certification and starts the University of Dubuque’s first official HIV/AIDS education, testing, and counseling program. The following is the second article of a February 7–March 7, 2013, … Continue reading

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John Robinson

Developing Community Resiliency in Disaster Recovery

We have entered a new territory in natural disasters, with fewer resources to prepare and respond. A new model for disaster recovery is needed, in which everyone has a role to play: government, the business sector, individuals and families, education … Continue reading

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ken lazarus

New Faith-Based Strategy to Combat HIV/AIDS

Historic African American seminary, Johnson C. Smith, takes the lead in mobilizing new approaches to HIV/AIDS care and advocacy through its “AIDS Competent Churches and Church Leaders” certification program. The following is the first article of a February 7–March 7, … Continue reading

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