Rev. Anthony Lee Gets Tested for HIV in the Pulpit to Promote AIDS Awareness

The Huffington Post’s senior religion editor, Paul Brandeis Raushenbush, interviews Rev. Anthony Lee on his efforts to increase AIDS awareness in his own Washington D.C. area church. Raushenbush writes that Lee “gets tested for HIV in front of his entire congregation” four times a year. Lee says, “HIV is a preventable disease. We have to get out there and be relevant enough and realistic enough to deal with it.” 

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