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February 21, 2008

SFAF Podcast #27 - Black Brothers Esteem fights HIV with a community-based program

In this episode Tony Bradford, Program Manager for Black Brothers Esteem, discusses the Foundation's community-based program to empower gay and bisexual African-American men who live in the Tenderloin/Polk Gulch and Sixth Street Corridor neighborhoods of San Francisco. In addition to providing HIV prevention and support to a community disproportionately vulnerable to HIV infection, Black Brothers Esteem addresses issues affecting program participants' overall health such as racism, addiction, poverty, homophobia, violence, and marginal housing conditions.

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Tony Bradford manages, develops, and administers the Foundation's Black Brother's Esteem program. He is a licensed Religious Science Practitioner, and prior to joining the foundation, Bradford was a senior Product manager at Levi Strauss & Company.

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