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Inkera Jordan, who is HIV positive since 1995 and a peer educator with the AIDS Service Center of New York City socializes with members of the group Sexy with A Goal (SWAG) at ASC/NYC's Lower East Side Peer Outreach Center, July 7, 2012 in New York.

Why the AIDS crisis isn't over

The American AIDS crisis has not ended, it’s just become more deeply rooted, intertwined with poverty, racism, incarceration, and homophobia. HIV is embedding itself wherever people face poor health, and is a marker of broader injustices in the country today.

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