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Scope and Contents In this interview, Jackson discusses his background and reasons for working with at-risk youth, his work in the educational system, and the challenges of educating young people about HIV/AIDS. Additionally, he recalls his decades of work in the field of HIV/AIDS prevention and education, the increasing visibility and awareness of HIV/AIDS, the importance of community planning in combating the crisis, and how racism and other socioeconomic factors have caused HIV/AIDS to disproportionately...