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Cultural issues amplify
AIDS pandemic

Powerful speaker and theologian Mercy Oduyoye addressed AIDS cultural concerns in her lecture last week to a small crowd of people in the University of La Verne community concerned with this growing pandemic.
Although the lecture covered many different aspects of the AIDS virus, cultural concerns seemed to be a central theme.

“You can’t understand what a person is saying if you don’t know where they come from,” Oduyoye said.
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Posted October 14, 2005
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