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NPR Interviews Study Author About Young Blacks’ Attitudes Toward Sex, HIV/AIDS
NPR's "News & Notes" on Wednesday included an interview with Cathy Cohen -- director of the Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture at the University of Chicago -- about attitudes among black youth about sex, HIV/AIDS and sex education. Cohen is the author of a recent study that examined young adults' opinions on race, health and other issues (Chideya , "News & Notes," NPR, 3/14). Audio of the segment is available online. "News & Notes" on Wednesday also included an interview with Shaquana Gardner, a teen advocate for Planned Parenthood of New York City, about sex education efforts targeted at black youth (Chideya , "News & Notes," NPR, 3/14). Audio of the segment is available online.
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