Special Series: HIV and AIDS in the black community

Venita Ray

Venita Ray was diagnosed with HIV in 2003 while serving as an Assistant Attorney General for the District of Columbia. She is currently the Public Affairs Field Specialist for Legacy Community Health in Houston, TX where she monitors healthcare policy and manages an advocacy training program for people living with HIV.

This interview is part of a series from UpFront, which airs weekday mornings at 7:am Pacific on KPFA. You can subscribe to the show as a podcast through Apple Podcasts or by pasting this link into any podcast app that doesn’t have us listed.

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