7 Black Women Activists We Honor This National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

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Kamaria Laffrey

Kamaria Laffrey discovered she was HIV positive after giving birth to her daughter. She’d just welcomed her baby girl into the world and was urgently told to go to her doctor’s office and to stop breastfeeding, due to something found in her bloodwork. Following that event, Laffrey dedicated her life to advocating for women living with HIV/AIDS. She is the Co-managing Director at The Sero Project, which is dedicated to fighting the stigmas surrounding the virus.

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