Splinter News | April 6, 2015
“We need to make sure the capacity to fund these programs [for women and children] doesn’t go away. But if there are some funding inequities we have to address them,” said Jeffrey Crowley, a distinguished scholar at the Georgetown University Law Center who served as as the Director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy from 2009 to 2011.
“We need to recognize that the HIV epidemic is concentrated in key groups across the country. That includes black women but it also includes black, white, and Latino gay men.”