HIV in Central Harlem, New York among Black Men


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HIV in Central Harlem, New York among Black Men
Mission Statement and Objectives
The population of Central Harlem
Schaffer & Smith (1986) describe Harlem as a “the most trenchant national and international symbol of black urban culture” (Schaffer & Smith, pp., 347). It is a neighborhood located on Manhattan Island in New York City whose black population stands at 77,000 people according to Sam Roberts of the New York Times (Roberts, 2010). The population of central Harlem has been falling steadily since the year 2000, nonetheless blacks still make up 4 in 10 residents over the entire neighborhood of Harlem (Roberts, 2010). Blacks in central Harlem however, which is roughly defined as the areas north of 110th Street between Fifth...
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Rhodes, T., Singer, M., Bourgois, P., Friedman, S., & Strathdee, S. (2005). The social structural production of HIV risk among injecting drug users. Social Science & Medicine, 61(5), 1026-1044. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2004.12.024
Roberts, S. (2010). No Longer Majority Black, Harlem Is in Transition. The New York Times. Retrieved from website:
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