Tim Murphy

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Reporter on HIV/AIDS and LGBT issues for The Nation, The New York Times, New York magazine, PozOutThe Advocate and other outlets

Tim Murphy on KCRW

For years, public health officials fought AIDS with information and education. It seemed like it was working, but not for everyone.

How to Fight HIV in the Black Community

For years, public health officials fought AIDS with information and education. It seemed like it was working, but not for everyone.

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