Published in AIDS Weekly, March 31st, 1997
"For the first time in northwest Indiana, a city government has stepped up to the podium and said that we have a problem," said Curt Ellis, Project Aliveness of Northwest Indiana.
The private group is working with city schools to develop the AIDS education program.
"This disease is hitting into every segment of our population, but it is heading for our most valuable asset - our children," Ellis said.
The number of reported cases among Gary teenagers...
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