The AIDS Crisis: What We Can Do

From the wrenching opening of Chrub’s induction by her mother into life as a Phnom Penh prostitute to the book’s closing vignette in which Sukunthea and her fellow Way of Hope Church members gently encircle the dying Chrub, the reader of The AIDS Crisis is pressed to respond to AIDS in a more radical way, guided by the life journeys of the authors.

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The AIDS Crisis: What We Can Do

From the wrenching opening of Chrub’s induction by her mother into life as a Phnom Penh prostitute to the book’s closing vignette in which Sukunthea and her fellow Way of Hope Church members gently encircle the dying Chrub, the reader of The AIDS Crisis is pressed to respond to AIDS in a more radical way, guided by the life journeys of the authors.

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