Talking Black: Understanding the HIV-related needs, challenges and priorities of heterosexual African, Caribbean and Black men in Ontario, Canada

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This report presents results from iSpeak, which was a research study implemented in 2011 to understand the HIV-related needs, challenges and priorities of heterosexual Black men (i.e., African, Caribbean and Black) in Ontario. The study was developed and implemented by a team of individuals and organizations affiliated with ACT and the African and Caribbean Council on HIV/AIDS in Ontario (ACCHO). The team conducted two focus groups with HIV-positive and HIV-negative heterosexual Black men in Toronto and London, a focus group with service providers who deliver HIV-related services to Black communities throughout Ontario, and interviews with four Toronto-based researchers interested in health among Black communities.

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AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT)
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Ferdinand Ngo
Publication Date:
2013
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