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Bridging the Digital Divide, New BP Drilling, Buprenorphine Babe, and More Tweets of the Week
July 10, 2010 | by Brock Boddie
Hot off the presses! Methadone Man and Bupe Babe in a limited edition comic book! http://tinyurl.com/2693n5c Available at the 2010 AIDS Conf
July 9, 2010 12:00 pm via web
Buprenorphine Babe
This week we tweeted about closing the digital divide, British Petroleum's new drilling prospects in the Caspian, superheroes who fight HIV, and more.
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Posted in: Europe, Media & Arts
Topics: Azerbaijan, Brock Boddie, buprenorphine, Central Asia, citizenship, India
Now Is Not the Time to Retreat on HIV
July 8, 2010 | by Francoise Girard
Despite much progress, more needs to be done by governments to support effective HIV prevention efforts, notably by stopping abuse and discrimination against socially marginalized populations.
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Posted in: Africa, Health
Topics: Francoise Girard, Global Fund, HIV/AIDS, human rights
Supermodel Naomi Campbell Subpoenaed, Prosecutors to Reopen Case
July 8, 2010 | by Alpha Sesay
Naomi Campbell is to be served a subpoena and compelled to testify in the war-crimes trial of Charles Taylor, about an alleged diamond gift she received from the former Liberian president in 1997.
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Posted in: Africa, Justice
Topics: Alpha Sesay, Charles Taylor, international law, Liberia, Naomi Campbell, Sierra Leone, Special Court for Sierra Leone, war crimes
Bryan Stevenson: Why New Orleans Matters
July 7, 2010 | by Thomas Hilbink
The director of the Equal Justice Initiative of Alabama talks about why, as a resident of the deep South and a social justice advocate, he believes New Orleans is an important place for action and support.
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Posted in: Justice, Rights & Equality, United States
Topics: Bryan Stevenson, New Orleans
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