African American AIDS History Project

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Rashidah_Abdul_Khabeer_11_April_2012_Transcript.pdf
Rashidah Abdul-Khabeer (b. 1950) has spent most of her life in Philadelphia, where she grew up amidst the social change and political ferment of the 1950s and 1960s. She converted to Islam during college—having been raised in a Baptist church—and…

1986-philadelphia-candlelight-walk-for-aids-pamphlet.pdf

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Curtis_Wadlington_9_May_2012_Transcript.pdf
Curtis Wadlington (1957-2012) grew up in Cobbs Creek, a neighborhood in West Philadelphia, where he spent most of his life. As a teenager, Wadlington began working as a camp counselor, which marked the beginning of his career in human services.…

Speech given by Rashidah Hassan (now Rashidah Abdul-Khabeer) on September 25, 1986 during an AIDS vigil at JFK Plaza in downtown Philadelphia. During the speech, Hassan resigned her post as vice president of the board of Philadelphia Community Heath…

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Profile of Rashidah Hassan, founder of Blacks Educating Blacks About Sexual Health Issues, in the Philadelphia Inquirer's Sunday magazine.
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