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TUES. JULY 10, 2012 ON PBS - ENDGAME: AIDS IN BLACK AMERICA

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TUES. JULY 10, 2012 ON PBS - ENDGAME: AIDS IN BLACK AMERICA

Time: July 10, 2012 from 9pm to 10pm
Location: PBS TV Channels in CT, NY, Boston
Website or Map: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages…
Event Type: endgame, aids, black, america, pbs, july, 10, 9pm, 10pm, magic, johnson, hiv/aids
Organized By: Public Broadcasting Corporation in NY, CT, Boston
Latest Activity: Jul 11, 2012

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ON PBS' FRONTLINE - ENDGAME: AIDS IN BLACK AMERICA - 120 MINS


AN INFORMATIVE PROGRAM WORTH WATCHING - TONIGHT, TUESDAY JULY 10, 2012

On PBS’ FRONTLINE – TUESDAY, JULY 10
ON CHANNEL 13, WNET - NY - 9PM
ON CHANNEL 12 CPTV - CT - 10PM

WATCH ENDGAME: AIDS in Black America

The story of the AIDS epidemic within America's black community, which accounts for almost half of all HIV/AIDS cases in the country, is told through the experiences of people who have the virus and/or are fighting to contain it, including Magic Johnson.
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/local-schedule/

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