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HIV discrimination first came to my eye when I seen that on c-span it had a whole section on HIV/Aids and my teacher though it would be cool to talk about one of those topics so I chose to talk about discrimination because it kind of reminds me of HIV stigma. The best part of this project was learning my rights in a work place. The most challenging part was really facing that this really has happen to people in the real world and that it is really sad. One of the good facts that I found out was, the national law protects anyone with AIDS or HIV, but only applies to businesses with more than 14 workers. Many state or local laws cover smaller businesses, but some only cover people who are sick. I really didn’t run into a problem with this project. Over time being at SLA I became comfortable with talking about HIV and that is really because of the staff and students there at SLA. Also doing projects like this helps me not only be better with my self but also learn so much more so me running into a problem was not there at all. I think that the entire project went well. I really like how our classmates willing volunteered their services to help Brittany and I with this. If I had to redo this project I would not do anything different. I think that it is all good where it is. I learned that no matter of race or sickness if ur not putting anyone at harm by being there in that workplace or where ever they can not fire you or kick you out it is really agents the law its a crime to do so.
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