1. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. http://www.actfl.org>.
The official website of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. This website details national foreign language standards.
2. Anton P. and Jimenez-Nacher I., et al. (R) Virological failure and adherence to antiretroviral therapy in HIV-infected patients.(R) Gateway to the National Library of Medicine. 1998. 27 May 2007. http://gateway.nlm.nih.gov/MeetingAbstracts/102229865.html>.
Abstract to an interesting article on the issues associated with the virological failure in patients undergoing antiretroviral therapy.
3. (R) AVERT: AVERTing HIV and AIDS.(R) http://www.avert.org>.
Website with great statistics on HIV and AIDS in the United States.
The U.S. Census Bureau's official website. Gives interesting facts on many aspects of the United States population.
5. Global Health Reporting.Org. 2007. Kaiser Family Foundation. 1 Apr. 2007
Great website with global data on HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, and more.
6. Gonzalez, Juan.
Harvest of Empire: A History of Latinos in America.
New York: Penguin Books, 2000.
A short history of Latin America, as well as Latinos in the United States.
7. The Henry Kaiser Family Foundation. 2007. 6 Apr. 2007
Links to various HIV/AIDS websites.
8. "HIV/AIDS." Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 2007. 4 Apr. 2007 http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/default.htm>.
Website with insightful information on various diseases and current statistics.
9. International HIV/AIDS Alliance. 31 Mar. 2007 http://www.aidsalliance.org/sw1280.asp>.
Great website on the international HIV/AIDS pandemic with a variety of interesting articles about different facets of the struggle to bring an end to HIV/AIDS.
A website of encyclopedic information. Good for general history, common knowledge, and information.
11. ¨Know HIV/AIDS.¨ http://knowhivaids.org>.
Great website which gives reader friendly facts, specifically student friendly, about HIV and AIDS.
12. "Latino Coalition Against AIDS." Latino Community Development Initiative. 2007. 6 Apr. 2007 http://www.latinoaidscoalition.org/>.
Great website on the AIDS epidemic in the Latino community. Includes great links to other Latino grassroots HIV/AIDS organizations.
13. Latino Commission on AIDS. 2007. 6 Apr. 2007 http://latinoaids.org>.
Agency founded by a coalition of Latino leaders. Insightful information about HIV prevention and care in the Latino community.
14. M., Arjona. "Spanish Language Initiative: Building a Bridge to the HIV Prevention Spanish-Speaking World." Gateway to the National Library of Medicine. 2003. 5 Apr. 2007 http://gateway.nlm.nih.gov/robot_pages/MeetingAbstracts/102261870.html>.
Abstract to a really interesting article on HIV prevention in the Spanish-speaking world.
15. Melia, Michael. (R) AIDS clinic dispute in Puerto Rico forces rationing of medicine.(R) 8 March 2007.
Great article about the HIV/AIDS situation in Puerto Rico. Gives great statistics and makes the situation very real for students.
16. National Association of Social Workers: New York Chapter. 2000. 3 Apr. 2007
Article about the status of HIV/AIDS among Latinos in New York City.
17. National Minority AIDS Council. 2007. 5 Apr. 2007 http://www.nmac.org>.
Excellent website with a great link to a report about the HIV/AIDS crisis in Puerto Rico.
18. New Haven Public Schools. http://www.nhps.net/>.
Official website of the New Haven Public Schools. Includes vision, mission statement, demographics of district, and many other aspects pertaining to the New Haven Public School District.
19. Pan American Health Organization. 2007. 5 Apr. 2007 http://www.paho.org>.
Website of the Pan American Health Organization, a regional office of the World Health Organization.
20. POLICY Project. 2007. 2 Apr. 2007 www.policyproject.com>.
A project of USAID, which works in Guatemala, Peru, and Mexico.
21. Public Health Watch. ¨HIV/AIDS Policy in the United States.¨ http://www.soros.org/
Excellent report on the status of HIV/AIDS in the United States. Also gives information on the status of HIV/AIDS in several other countries, including Nicaragua.
22. "Research Shows Latino Immigrants with HIV Face Late Access to Pharmaceutical Drugs & Treatments." Medical News Today. 28 Nov. 2006. Latino Coalition Against AIDS. 4 Apr. 2007
Research study on HIV among Latino immigrants in California.
23. Simo, Sheran M. "Reaching Underserved Clients in the HIV/AIDS Community." Medscape Today. 2001. 5 Apr. 2007 http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/412903>.
Article about high risk groups with HIV/AIDS. May have to register with Medscape.com to access article.
24. UNAIDS. 2007. 4 Apr. 2007 http://www.unaids.org/en/>.
Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS website. Interesting information about the status of HIV/AIDS around the world. Includes regional statistics.
25. United Nations Population Fund. 27 July 2007. http://www.unfpa.org/profile/equatorialguinea.cfm>.
Great website with different country rankings and economic indicators.
26. Vera, Tony. "The NYC HIV/AIDS Picture Does Not Look Promising for Latinos."
Great article about HIV/AIDS among Latinos in NYC.
27. (R) What are U.S. Latino¥s HIV Prevention Needs?(R) Center for AIDS Prevention Studies. Apr. 2002. 7 May 2007. http://caps.ucsf.edu/pubs/FS/Latinorev.php>.
Great article on HIV/AIDS prevention in the US Latino community. Interesting information on cultural differences as an obstacle to HIV/AIDS prevention.
28. Wikipedia. http://wikipedia.org>.
Great resource of many kinds of information. Can be updated by the public, and is updated very often.
29. World Health Organization. 2007. 5 Apr. 2007 http://www.who.org>.
Excellent website about the World Health Organization. Includes very important world statistics and data.
30. You think! But do you know? 2007 http://youthink.worldbank.org/issues/aids/>.
Great resource on HIV/AIDS with current statistics.