Analyzing Presidential Candidates' HIV/AIDS Records

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The Black AIDS Institute released the first in a series of educational briefs on electoral politics -- We Demand Accountability: The 2008 Presidential Elections and the Black AIDS Epidemic. The booklet is the latest in a series of reports and news articles, published as a part of the National Black AIDS Mobilization (BAM) campaign that will help Black America hold elected officials accountable for ending the Black AIDS epidemic.

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"Ending AIDS is about leadership-personal, professional and political leadership," said Phill Wilson, the Institute's CEO. "We have aggressively called upon Black America to take responsibility for our own health and that of our communities. And part of that responsibility is insisting that our elected officials also do their part to help us end this epidemic."

As we dive now into the primary season, We Demand Accountability empowers Black voters to engage elected officials by:

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