USA Today, College athletes use sports to teach kids about HIV/AIDS

March Madness may have already come and gone, but there is still an opportunity to cheer on (and support!) several student athletes who've teamed up for an important cause...

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Student News Action, From DC to South Africa, games help fight HIV/AIDS

Determined to use both the universal language of soccer as well as their own power as role models in the community, a group of soccer-loving friends who had experienced the same misfortune resolved to tackle the silent, deadly disease. Their effort took shape as a non-profit organization called Grassroot Soccer...

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GWU Athletics, Grassroot Colonials Tackle HIV/AIDS Education

At least 30 GW student-athletes representing 11 sports are tackling a tough issue in the classroom. On any given day, you’ll find GW rowers, and tennis and soccer players talking about HIV and AIDS prevention not in the university classrooms but in elementary, middle and high school classrooms in the District of Columbia...

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