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Comic Books Teach Black Youth About HIV/AIDS

South Carolina teens are learning about HIV prevention with the help of graphic novel AIDS in the End Zone. The 32-page story about sports, jealousy and HIV is being used in classrooms across the state to spark a frank discussion the epidemic. Even better: The storyline was created by young people from grades 4-12, reported Herald Online. 

 

(Photo: Courtesy University of South Carolina)