NPR’s ‘Fresh Air’ to Feature Ugandan AIDS Activist
NPR's "Fresh Air" will today host Ugandan AIDS Activist Noerine Kaleeba, founder of the AIDS Support Organization (TASO). Kaleeba also serves on the Ugandan Committee on AIDS, works with UNAIDS and is author of the book We Miss You All: Noerine Kaleeba -- AIDS in the Family. Kaleeba's husband died of AIDS-related causes and "a number of their children" and four of her siblings are HIV-positive. Check local listings for show times. The segment will be available in RealPlayer Audio online after the broadcast (Gross, "Fresh Air," NPR, 4/22).This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.