On a table inside the offices of the Latino media organization Grupo Vida, a modest shrine with candles is dedicated to a man named Arturo Partida. Two photos of Arturo stand next to each other. On the left side, he's a teen-ager in a tuxedo who resembles a shaggy-haired Matthew Broderick; on the right, he's in a baseball cap standing beside a Christmas tree, the skin drawn tightly around his face until the outlines of his skull have... More >>>
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Fernie Sanchez, case management supervisor at AIDS Arms, Inc., considers Grupo Vida to be the missing link in HIV education.