Recommended Reading for HIV, Race & the Obama Administration Workshop


Adaora A. Adimora & Victor J. Schoenbach, Social Context, Sexual Networks, and Racial Disparities in Rates of Sexually Transmitted Infections, 191 J. Infectious Diseases S115 (2005).

Moupali Das et al., Decrease in Community Viral Load are Accompanied by Reductions in New HIV Infections in San Francisco, 5 PLoS One e11068 (2010).

Carlos Ulises Decena, Profiles, Compulsory Disclosure and Ethical Sexual Citizenship in the Contemporary USA, 11 SEXUALITIES 397 (2008).


Lisa K. Fitzpatrick, et al., Toward Eliminating Health Disparities in HIV/AIDS: The Importance of the Minority Investigator in Addressing Scientific Gaps in Black and Latino Communities, 98 J. Nat. Med. Ass’n. 1906 (2006).

Fatu M. Forna, et al., A Case-Control Study of Factors Associated with HIV Infection among Black Women, 98 J. Nat. Med. Ass’n 1798 (2006).

David Malebranche, Learning About Medicine And Race, 23 Health Affairs220 (2004).

Gregorio A. Millett et al., Greater Risk for HIV Infection of Black Men Who Have Sex With Men: A Critical Literature Review, 96 American J. Pub. Health 1007 (2006).

Don Operario & Tooru Nemato, HIV in Transgender Communities: Syndemic Dynamics and a Need for Multicomponent Interventions, 55 J. AIDS S91 (2010).

H. Fisher Raymond & Willi McFarland, Racial Mixing and HIV Risk among Men Who Have Sex with Men, 13 Aids Behav. 630 (2009).

Patrick Wilson, et al., Drug Use, Interpersonal Attraction, and Communication: Situational Factors as Predictors of Episodes of Unprotected Anal Intercourse among Latino Gay Men, 13 AIDS Behav. 691 (2009).

Patrick Wilson, et al., Race-based Sexual Stereotyping and Sexual Partnering Among Men Who Use the Internet to Identify Other Men for Bareback Sex, 46 J. Sex Research 399 (2009).

Phill Wilson, Race, Poverty and AIDS in Black America, published on RHRealityCheck.org (http://www.rhrealitycheck.org/)