Felisa Shelby, who wrote about her life with HIV, will speak at an AIDS Awareness Day event.
Felisa Shelby, who wrote about her life with HIV, will speak at an AIDS Awareness Day event. Lexington Herald-Leader
Felisa Shelby, who wrote about her life with HIV, will speak at an AIDS Awareness Day event. Lexington Herald-Leader

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