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CHLP is honored to host Derrick Bell, renowned legal scholar and prominent figure in the study of critical race theory, as a guest blog author on the topic of HIV and racial justice in the United States.

“Housing Rights of People Living with HIV: A Primer” is the first in a series of primers on various legal issues as they pertain to people living with HIV/AIDS.
Listen to an interview of CHLP Executive Director Catherine Hanssens at the AIDS 2008 conference, conducted by David Munar of the AIDS Foundation of Chicago.
Woman denied services faced discrimination.

The USPHS emphasizes that "[a]fter counseling and discussion, a pregnant woman’s informed choice . . . should be respected" and that "coercive and punitive policies are potentially counterproductive."

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