Jun 09, 2006

Adjunct Professor Regina Quattrochi Comments On Poverty and AIDS

Regina Quattrochi, Wagner Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Administration, and CEO of Bailey House, Inc., a supportive housing organization for homeless people living with AIDS, offered valuable expertise and insights in connection with the 25th anniversary of the first diagnosis of the disease. Her observations, which were reported on the June 6, 2006 anniversary, in the newspaper Metro, underscored the links between homelessness and HIV/AIDS infections.

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