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AIDS and Black America

September 4, 2006

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IN 2005, hip-hop artist Kanye West did something unusual for a young black man. In an interview on MTV, West described how he learned to hate gays as a child, how wrong it was, and called for an end to gay-bashing in rap music. With his simple story, the rapper pierced through a deep history of black antigay bias that ... (Full article: 499 words)

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