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War Diaries—a collection of poetry, critical essays and more edited by Tisa Bryant and Ernest Hardy—highlights the impact of HIV and AIDS, and features perspectives from LGBT members of the African Diaspora.
War Diaries is the fourth publication in AIDS Project Los Angeles' (APLA) series for Black gay and bisexual men, and the first formal publishing collaboration between APLA and the Global Forum on MSM & HIV (MSMGF). War Diaries reflects the MSMGF's commitment to the MSM communities most impacted by HIV worldwide.
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