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“Story telling is the best form of advocacy I know.”
Author, anthropologist, and activist Susan S. Hunter has lived and worked in Africa since 1989. A Ph.D. medical anthropologist/advocate for the human rights of children orphaned by AIDS, Dr. Hunter’s extensive publications include five books, numerous refereed articles, national and international policy studies and strategy papers for governments, donors, and NGOs. She’s worked in 31 countries around the world and visited many more. Black Death: AIDS in Africa (Palgrave/Macmillan 2003); was ranked as one of the top five AIDS books of all times by the London Times. Hunter also holds a Masters of Architecture, and has developed programs in affordable housing in developing countries.