We Are Victims of Genocide BY THE HONORABLE MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN—Pg. 20 store. ﬁ nalcall.com VOLUME 35 NUMBER 24 digital. ﬁ nalcall.com MARCH 22, 2016 www. ﬁ nalcall.com U.S. $2.00 AIDS still Page 4 Why is killing Blacks? Sterling Williams hammers in markers representing the 3,423 people in Shelby County, Tenn. who have died from AIDS at Greater Lewis Street Missionary Baptist Church, Nov 24, 2013 in Memphis, Tenn. in preparation of World AIDS Day on December 1st. Greater Lewis Street Missionary Baptist Church teamed up with First Baptist Church of Memphis to set up the memorial on the church properties at the corner of Poplar and East Parkway. The markers will remain on display until December 7th. Photos: AP/Wide World photos A look at the disease and Black America’s unchecked and alarming death and infection rates Michael Exom pins a red ribbon on a memorial AIDS tree as members of First Baptist gather to remember peo-ple they know who have died from or live with AIDS during a morning service at the church in Memphis, Tenn. July 8, 2012.