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Harlem Non-Profit Serves African Diaspora and Homelandi
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February 19, 2014 5:28 AM
New York City is home to hundreds of ethnic and immigrant groups from around the world, including Africans. But until recently, the African diaspora lacked a center dedicated to their needs, especially regarding HIV-AIDS prevention, counseling and treatment. VOA’s Adam Phillips reports.

Harlem Non-Profit Serves African Diaspora and Homeland

Published February 19, 2014

New York City is home to hundreds of ethnic and immigrant groups from around the world, including Africans. But until recently, the African diaspora lacked a center dedicated to their needs, especially regarding HIV-AIDS prevention, counseling and treatment. VOA’s Adam Phillips reports.


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