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Uncaring Landscapes and HIV Peer Support in the Rural Southern United States

Description
Presents oral histories of an HIV peer support group and interviews with queer-identified Black men in a rural southern area. Discusses the impact of social determinants such as racism, stigma, and social disconnection specific to this population and their related health disparities.
Author(s)
Darius Scott
Citation
Social Science & Medicine, 292
Date
01/2022
Type
Document
Tagged as
Black or African American · HIV and AIDS · Health disparities · LGBTQ+ · Men · Social determinants of health · Stigma · The South · North Carolina